CBL and Heritage Months

I used the Challenge Based Learning Framework to create resources for Native American Heritage Month (recognized in the United States during the month of November). The guide helped me think through the process of how I might create a professional learning session on the recognition of heritage months. I’ve attached an epub that outlines my thought process. If you have ideas on using CBL for getting teachers and students involved in understanding heritage months, please post below. 

Book Cover of Recognizing Heritage Months
Book Cover of Recognizing Heritage Months
   

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Tagged in: History, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Apple Books, Challenge Based Learning (CBL)

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Posted on November 10, 2022

This is wonderful, Cheryl!

What a great way to bring more CBL (and related activities) into History and Social Studies classes!

Posted on November 11, 2022

I really appreciate the digital book you attached to your post, Cheryl! It guides other educators through your thought process and provides an easy-to-follow guide for setting up a CBL project in many other contexts. Your focus on heritage months, and Native American Heritage Month in particular, is a great reminder for educators to center a diversity of voices in our classrooms all throughout the academic year, and as always, I appreciate your use of Library of Congress resources in the content you create. LoC is such a valuable resource!

Thank you!

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