Creating Engaging Social Studies Unit Culminating Ideas: A Zoom Conversation

Posted by Jasmine Wong on September 27, 2018

Join us on Monday, October 15, 3:30 - 4:15pm EST for a conversation with Facing History and Ourselves Program Associate Jasmine Wong about creating engaging curriculum based History, Anthropology/Sociology/Psychology, and Genocide Studies projects.

Jasmine will be highlighting a few Facing History past projects, artists and knowledge keepers they have worked with. She will also be sharing some of the amazing ideas that teachers have created in the past: culminating ideas that involve survivor testimony, the arts, community sharing or authentic purpose and audience. Links will then be sent out to blog posts where you can find more details about teacher created assignments.

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Photo courtesy of Michael Pitblado 
During the back half of the call, Jasmine will open the floor for participants on the call to share their ideas and ask questions.

To join us from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android go to

*you will need to download a Zoom app or program so give yourself 2 minutes to do so

Or dial in by Telephone: +1 647 558 0588 Meeting ID: 191 124 047

No RSVP is required.

We hope you can all join us!

Topics: project, Middle School, Social Studies, culminating


This is where Canadian Facing History and Ourselves teachers and community members meet to share reflections, scholarship and teaching practices that will inspire, challenge and improve teaching and student learning. Our stories provide a window into diverse Facing History classrooms in Canada, and invite you into the discussion.

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