Our pedagodical approach, called “scope and sequence,” is built around a core of common elements, organizes the inquiry, and shapes the journey that students and teachers will take together in the classroom.
Our webinars are free and last 60 minutes, providing a great way to try us out and get introduced to a theme, practice, or particular historical moment. Sign up for an upcoming webinar today to get introduced to new content and teaching strategies, and to engage with other educators and Facing History staff.
The following questions can be used to facilitate large and small group discussions, prompt reflective writing, develop projects, and evaluate student understanding. For more ideas about how to use these questions to deepen students’ understanding of issues related to international justice, refer to the teaching strategies section of the Facing History website.
Few other non-profits have been so rigorously evaluated by third-party researchers. Based on our record of systematic evaluation, we are recognized as providing evidence-based best practice in civic, character, and history education. Highly regarded university researchers and independent research firms have conducted key studies using state of the art designs.
The following is a summary of the Grants and grant process. The Official Grant Rules for UK and Wales participants appear below.
The following is a summary of the Grants and grant process. The Official Grant Rules for US and Canada participants appear below.
Our workshops are offered both in-person and online. In-person workshops last anywhere from 2 hours to 1-3 days, whereas online workshops typically last 3-5 days. Pricing can vary from workshop to workshop, with some events being free and others requiring registration fees.