Research-based Resources to Achieve Excellence in Teaching History.
National Social Science and Technology Association Proceedings
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Based on the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) national standards and meta-analysis of related studies, this session centers on research-based resources and best practices for teaching U.S. and World History grades 8-college. The session focuses on purposes, products, processes and further includes motivational content delivery, hand-curated resources for learner engagement, and critical thinking in online, blended, and face-to-face social studies classes.
History, Critical Thinking, Blended Learning, Social Studies
Levitt, G. J.,
Grubaugh, S. J.,
Deever, A. D.,
Research-based Resources to Achieve Excellence in Teaching History..
National Social Science and Technology Association Proceedings, 64(1),