Aug 16, 2016

TIME Edge: Classroom lessons, real-world connections | SmartBrief

Middle school offers unique opportunities for teachers to engage students more deeply with topics to help them truly understand their world. Current events are an excellent way to present social studies topics (which range from history to civics, geography, science and more), but many existing resources lack quality and alignment to standards. Developed specifically for students in grades 6+...

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