Teacher Conversations

What is the best way to get started using the Choices Program? How do you know which units will work best for your course or students? See what Choices Teaching Fellows are doing in their classrooms. Hear them talk about why they use our curriculum units, and effective strategies for making Choices work in the classroom. See how Choices Teaching Fellows fit our curriculum units into typical high school social studies courses.

Lindsay Lemons

Lindsay Lemons

Westlake, TX

Using Choices units in IB world history & geography

Kelly Keogh

Kelly Keogh

Normal, IL

26-year teaching veteran talks about the power of the Choices role play

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Heidi Reinhart

Omaha, NE

Using Choices in 9th grade world cultures

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Kevin Connors

Red Lodge, MT

Making Choices units work in three distinct courses

Stephanie Laflamme

Stephanie Laflamme

Bedford, NH

Implementing Choices in a team-taught global studies course

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Steve Perez

Richland, WA

Using Choices as the foundation of an international problems course

La Place

Jennifer M. La Place

Columbus, OH

Tips for an active, engaging course on globalization

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Caitlin Moore

East Boston, MA

Using Choices in 8th grade government

Steven Seltz

Steven Seltz

Brooklyn, NY

Using Choices to prepare students for college level work

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Jeremy Landa

New Haven, CT

Teaching urban students about genocide

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Karen Green

Aspen, CO

Using Choices in IB global history

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