To Begin the World Over Again: a multi-pronged, scaffolded history curriculum for engaging and guiding students online

To Begin the World Over Again: a multi-pronged, scaffolded history curriculum for engaging and guiding students online

Wednesday, October 28. 2020 at 3:00 p.m. [Register here]
William Jackson, 1@nomadicprofessor.com, and Nate Noorlander, nn@nomadicprofessor.com
One hour webinar

We are presenting an online history curriculum that is adaptable for individual learners, teacher preparation, or classroom use. Our first course covers early U.S. history, from the pre-Columbian Americas to the ratification of the Constitution. Our courses include

  • unit plans
  • daily guided notes with answer keys, adaptable for individual or group work, as well learners at different levels
  • daily reading quizzes with explanations for right and wrong answers
  • on-location mini-lectures filmed around the world
  • printable flashcards
  • vocabulary-building and content retention exercises
  • guided document-based lessons with answer keys
  • a structured rollout and guided instruction in all the steps of the research-paper writing process, including database research and citation methods
  • the text of the full course as a downloadable audiobook
  • and common-core alignment.

Our webinar will promote the content and methods of this course.

Theme: Preparing Students to Hold “The Office of Citizen”
Audience: Middle and high school students, the humanities

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