Guest Post by Kelley Brown and Laurie Risler, creators of History's Mysteries
Happy New Year to all of you!
We wanted to share some special and great news with you.1. We have four NEW units and three NEW "Introduction to Inquiry" mysteries available for use on our History's Mysteries website!
Our newest units include:
Grade 2: How does culture im…
Originally published by the Right Question Institute, in the Teaching + Learning Experts in the Field resources series. Republished here with permission.by Esther Lee
As a special education teacher in New York City, I had gotten used to my heterogeneous classroom of kids. Last year, however, I was taken aback by my classro…
Updated 05-05-2022A Transformative Story for Humanity
The disability rights movement has made enormous strides in the American story, going from a group whose very right to exist was questioned, to reconceptualization of the needs and rights of veterans with disabilities ... to a modern movement for full inclusion. Helping all students understand this history, key issues in the pres…
Students gain knowledge and skills in civics and history when schools provide effective instruction and when students have opportunities to express their voice and to engage in activities like service-learning. Yet American education is falling far short–in elementary grades in particular–and especially for students with disabilities.