Voices: Students, Educators, Community
At Facing History, we give each teacher that goes through our professional development one-on-one guidance, digital access to online resources and teaching strategies, and a forum to collaborate with and learn from each other.
Studies show that students today spend as much time tuned into digital media as they spend on their entire school day. Read about how one Facing History educator is teaching his students lessons on civil rights and history using digital tools.
Facing History offers webinars, online workshops, and online seminars or topics ranging from the Holocaust and civil rights to the Common Core State Standards. Learn more about how online professional developed changed one teacher’s classroom.
Facing History has resources that help create safer, more tolerant schools, and teaching strategies that help students find their voices, make ethical choices, and impact communities. Read about how a principal in Los Angeles transformed his school and find out what you can do today to foster a positive learning climate.
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- Making Breakthroughs: Using Spoken Word Poetry to Teach History in Ontario
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- Engaging Education: How Facing History Works in Urban Schools