Research-based Online Diversity Teaching Resources for Flipped Learning and Assessment in the Social Science Classrooms
National Social Science Technology Journal
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The metaphor of the United States as a melting pot is no longer in vogue since we as a reasonably enlightened, yet still struggling society, are learning to accept and appreciate the value and complexity of each culture on its own, rather than seeking to promote a homogeneous mixture of sameness. Dynamic and quality online resources for diversity teaching and learning in social studies classrooms are highlighted in this article. These enduring sites remain effective even as new features and links are continuously updated and expanded, making these websites optimal COVID-19 and post COVID-19 teaching tools for modified or hybridized face-to-face learning, flipped learning, and teaching. Learning through the popular real-time synchronous teaching platforms such as Google Meet, Zoom, and WebEx remain active and very effective tools for applicable flipped teaching and learning in K-16 social science settings.
Diversity teaching; Diversity resources; Online resources; Flipped classrooms; Flipped learning; Synchronous platforms; Social science; Social studies; K-12 classrooms
Education | Online and Distance Education
Research-based Online Diversity Teaching Resources for Flipped Learning and Assessment in the Social Science Classrooms.
National Social Science Technology Journal, 8(2),