Consider three different angles about voter fraud in the US to discuss with your students.
Here are three features from the newly revised version of Holocaust and Human Behavior you need to know about.
Few people know about the history of World War II in East Asia and the mass violence that took place in Nanjing two years before. Consider these three reasons to teach about the Nanjing Atrocities.
In our present political climate, discussion of immigration is both essential and inevitable. But how can we confront these polarizing issues in the classroom in ways that deepen empathy, deliver vital historical context, and promote critical thinking? Check out these three rich resources designed for educators who are interested in addressing immigration in the classroom.
Join the Great Thanksgiving Listen, a growing national movement to gather the nation’s diverse voices and to recognize the importance of intergenerational listening.
Though classroom instruction focused on media literacy has increased in recent years, that work is often focused on helping students differentiate fact from fiction. In the present news environment where we face an endless stream of questions surrounding the legitimacy of the information we encounter, helping students cultivate such skills is critical. But so too is there a chance to embrace media as something that can enlarge educators’ and students’ sense of what is true, what is possible, and who we can become in this nation and world.
Read a Toronto educator's experience teaching his students on an educational travel trip.
Make a teachng moment out of President Trump's announcements on immigration and refugee policy.
Studies have shown that reading, particularly memoir and fiction, can increase a person’s ability to empathize with the experiences of others. Reading diverse books matters, and can educate and transform us in important and lasting ways. This group of books highlights several different voices and lived experiences. We hope that you are able to find yourself and others in these books.
In December, 2014,Roger Brooks joined Facing History as CEO and President. This month, as Roger marked 100 days in his new role, we chatted with him about what he's learned about the organization in his first four months.