Discover the types of videos available at point-of-use in the Professional Learning section of our digital program
Why Inquiry? – Dr. Peter Levine
Addressing Implicit Bias – Dr. Sheldon L. Eakins
SEL and Social Studies – Meena Srinivasan
Teaching with Primary Sources – Dr. Emily Schell
Teacher Tips for Making History Relevant
The 1920s and 1930s
Anita Bond explains how she uses a birthday party analogy to describe the 1920s and 30s to middle schoolers.
The Vietnam War, 1954-1975
Ben Pineda introduces "how" and "why" questions for teaching middle schoolers about the Vietnam War.
The U.S. Constitution and the Early Republic, 1781-1800
Kelly Griffith Bell describes how she brings the Early Republic to life for high schoolers by connecting primary sources to modern-day minimum wage laws.
Ancient Rome, 600 BCE to CE 800
Kelly Griffith Bell explains how high schoolers can explore the lasting influences of Ancient Rome with a scavenger hunt.