The Choices Program provides a number of teaching tools for use with and Choices Options Role Play. They include graphic organizers, deliberation organizers, and assessment tools. Most can be used with a range of units.
The Choices Program recently introduced our New Teacher Kit at the National Council for Social Studies conference. The Kit provides a sampler of resources for use with pre-service teachers. We share these resources below.
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 the Choices Teaching Fellows are doing in their classroom.
Choices units are an excellent supplement for virtually every social studies course commonly found in schools. To help you decide which units might work best in your courses, Choices Teaching Fellows share what they use in their World History, U.S. History, Civics, Government, AP European History, World Geography, International Relations, and IB courses.
The Choices Teaching Fellows Program promotes excellence in social studies by supporting a corps of master teachers who conduct teacher-centered professional development and outreach activities nationwide.