Secondary Social Studies Methods by Darla MalleinThis supplementary social studies activities book follows the author’s philosophy of modeling teaching strategies for pre-service teachers. The emphasis is upon "hands on" activities that provide information and resources for novice teachers all the while offering many opportunities for self-reflection.
Call Number: H 62 M35 2007 Curriculum
The Social Studies Teacher's Book of Lists by Ronald L. PartinThis unique information source and time-saver for social studies teachers provides more than 550 useful lists for developing instructional materials and planning for students from the fourth through the twelfth grades. This book is filled with illuminating facts, startling statistics, practical checklists, and relevant research findings which will enhance social studies courses
History in the Present Tense by Douglas Selwyn; Jan MaherIn this practical guidebook, Douglas Selwyn and Jan Maher propose a different way of teaching history - start from today and keep asking questions. As students investigate possible answers, they make connections across miles and centuries. Along the way, they experience that essential insight of the social studies: Point of view has everything to do with how one perceives the world. While students dig deeply into issues of personal relevance, they also master the content and skills mandated in state and national standards. Students learn about history - and about themselves.
Your Commonwealth: The Youth PerspectiveWebsite contributors aged 15–29 from Commonwealth countries exchange perspectives on current events in their country/community or issues that affect young people around the world.
Teaching Indigenous History & Culture (FNMI) / Indigenizing Instruction
Alberta Education and others are providing teachers with lesson plans to help bring First Nations, Métis and Inuit history and contributions to life in classrooms across the province.