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Social Studies Excellence: The Choices Approach

Social Studies Excellence: The Choices Approach is a self-paced, noncredit learning module designed to introduce educators to the Choices approach and resources for teaching about contested international issues.

Who should use the online learning module?

Individual Teachers
Use the module to meet your own professional goals.

Social Studies Supervisors
Use with your staff, either in a district professional development setting or as a self-paced module.

Methods Professors
Incorporate the entire module or individual units into your syllabus.

There is no cost to using the learning module. Browsing is welcome and encouraged! 

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Middle East iBooks Textbook

Update Now Available from the iBookstore

The Middle East in Transition: Questions for U.S. Policy analyzes the mix of interests and values that have drawn the United States into the region. This unit asks students to consider the principles behind the U.S. presence in the Middle East and consider the effect of the Arab Spring on the U.S. role in the Middle East.

From the Choices Blog

UPDATE: Debating the U.S. Response to Syria

September 11, 2013

Last night, President Obama addressed the American public on the topic of the crisis in Syria. After earlier calling for a vote in Congress on the use of targeted military strikes, he has now asked that Congress postpone their decision. Read the blog...
50 Years after the March on Washington: Student Activist Stories

August 28, 2013

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. This day gives us an exceptional reason to reflect on that event, the civil rights struggle, and the challenges that remain. Read the blog...

Choices & Common Core

For more than twenty years, our curriculum units have helped students develop the competencies now required in the Common Core. Our materials stress critical thinking, multiple perspectives, and textual analysis. Download our guide to aligning Choices with Common Core Standards.

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