Archive for 3/1/22 - 4/1/22

"Bias is Ubiquitous": Presentations at
NCHE, MOCHE, and NCSS (2022)

Thank you for attending the sessions either at the virtual National Council for History Education (NCHE) Conference, the Missouri Council for History Education (MOCHE) Conference in St. Louis, or the National Conference for the Social Studies (NCSS) Conference in Philadelphia. A copy of the slides can be viewed here or embedded below. If you click on the lower right-hand corner, you may view the slides full-screen.

The handouts and electronic documents featured in the presentation can be downloaded and/or copied below:

  1. Trivial Pursuits assignment and collaborative document
  2. Secret Messages
  3. Death of Mr. Bolos


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