Critical Thinking and the Bill of Rights

Developing critical thinking in our students is our primary job. When the pace of curriculum, hybrid learning and other road blocks pop up in our way it can be a struggle to find the times to practice and develop this necessary skill. In a humanities classroom writing is often used as a way to push... Continue Reading →

Exploring Writing Skills

Writing is a large part of a humanities class. For my government class I specialize in informational and argumentative writing. Most social studies classes in America place a heavy emphasis on this type of reading and writing because our English classes cover most other forms.  Practicing these skills is not always, or lets say never,... Continue Reading →

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