A discussion of teaching the role of women and Toussaint Louverture in the Haitian Revolution.
A discussion of how we can use a speech from 1963 to discuss decolonization, gender roles, feminism, and the Cold War.
A visual primary source to show how states around the world challenged the existing political and economic order at the start of the twentieth century.
A discussion of how we can teach a more global First World War and integrate critiques of the war.
A discussion of how we can teach twentieth century world history and center the voices of women and African, Asian, Indigenous, and Latinx voices.
A discussion of the challenges of teaching gender in medieval West Africa and how we can use historical imagination to help students understand different perspectives.
Dear #APworld teachers, if you want a fresh, global approach to teaching revolutions, come check out our #whapchat discussion this week led by @ERBeckman and @bramhubbell - I know I’m spending some time this weekend revamping my lessons! #sschat #worldhistory #historyteacher https://t.co/Av5nMPkyfp — Angela A. Lee (@mrshistorylee)