How do we utilize what is available in materials, and what we do that go beyond them? In this week’s episode, BRI staff Gary Colletti and Elizabeth Evans …
Teaching what is and is NOT in the Textbook | Teacher Time with BRI
How do we utilize what is available in materials, and what we do that go beyond them? In this week's episode, BRI staff Gary Colletti and Elizabeth Evans discuss the balance of teaching history as it is happening with textbook learning. What kinds of traditional textbooks are the most useful, and what kinds of supplemental material are available?
BRI Resource: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness Digital Textbook: 1980-Present:
BRI Resource: Shuttle Challenger Address (1986), by Ronald Reagan:
BRI Resource: The Space Shuttle Program and the Challenger Disaster
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