To help elementary and secondary school teachers explore the concepts
and issues presented throughout this website, we recommend the following
classroom discussions and activities. If you try any of these ideas -
or similar ones - please share your experiences and student projects with
us. We welcome student contributions to the various sections of the site.
Also, please feel free to send additional curriculum ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
so we can post them.
- Discussion Topics
The following sections have short excerpts from texts and Questions
to Consider that you might find useful.
- Activities and Projects
Try these activities with groups of students and encourage discussion
about their experiences.
- Young Voices
- Curricular Paths
Other useful sites
- Coping with Loss from the Law Offices of Michael Pines
- Lesson Plans on media and
9/11 courtesy of Lisa Sakata, Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
- The People's Geography Project by Don
to Children about Violence and Other Sensitive and Complex Issues in
the World, Educators for Social Responsibility
With a National Tragedy, The National Association of School
for Educators on the Sept. 11 Tragedy and the Response, www.teachingforchange.com
Students About Terrorism and Related Resources from AskEric
Includes links to articles, and academic citations about teaching about
Lesson Plan from PBS
More Than Where to Put H in Afghanistan, by Richard Rothstein, New
York Times, 09/19/2001
- National Council of
U.: The Education of a Holy Warrior, by Jeffrey Goldberg, 06/25/2000
- Global SchoolNet Foundation