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RESOURCES FOR K-12 AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE EDUCATORS

U.S. Teachers Find "Teachable Moment" in Egyptian Protests
Choices Lesson Plan: After Mubarak

Where is the Middle East?
This presentation uses maps to show that the concept of a region called the "Middle East" is a relatively recent and unstable construction.
Muslims in the Post Soviet Era
This presentation was developed for secondary teachers and administrators for the World View seminar "Russia and Its Neighbors," March, 2011. Download a pdf of the presentation and presentation resources.
Muslim Diasporas
Series of presentations for high school educators, with PowerPoint slideshows and handouts. Covers Muslims in America, South and Southeast Asia, Eurasia, and Western Europe.
Sarah Shields: "Framing the Middle East: New Media, New Audiences"
A podcast of a presentation by UNC history professor Sarah Shields. Follow directions from the UNC Humanities and Human Values page.
World View
International programs to help K-12 and college educators anticipate and respond to the challenges of a smaller, more interconnected world.

Lesson Plans and Teaching Resources

Professional Development

Books and Films


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