"I would love to see some type of NYS global history unit-based reader that we could work on collaboratively. Trying to get one going at the school level, but it'd be neat if we could all suggest some inquiry questions and specific…"
"I teach in NYS, both Global 1 & 2.
I have found it is easier to give choices on product/method than on content. There is just so much to teach, I prefer to give choices in terms of points. They have to do X# points for each…"
Anyone else here* teach Global History in NY State, particularly in a Title I school with students of vastly differing literacy skills? I've been doing it for about 9 years with pretty good success, but am always looking for ways to do it better. Some questions: - How to incorporate project-based learning, especially the type that gives students choice of content, when there is sooooo much content they need for the test? (I do it better in a global history elective, where I can focus on…See More
I've taught social studies in NYC public schools since 2003, and each of those years I've taught at least part of the core Global History curriculum. I've also taught history- and law-related elective classes.