Activities Database -- a free online digital file cabinet of teaching resources and classroom-ready materials including detailed guides with sample student responses
TIRP - the Teaching International Relations Program -- a service learning opportunity for USC students to teach IR in local high school classrooms. Local teachers invite and sponsor TIRP teams.
TIRP High School Leadership Conference -- an annual spring simulation for high school students to role-play and negotiate responses to a regional conflict or critical global issue
TEP - the Teaching Ethics Program -- a service learning opportunity for USC students to teach about competing ethical perspectives in local high school classrooms. Local teachers invite and sponsor TEP teams.
Case Teaching Initiative -- a curriculum development and teacher training project to expand problem-based learning and in-depth analysis in core required courses of World History, US History, Government, and Economics.
Four Worlds of History -- a curriculum development and teacher training project to provide middle and high school students with an analytical tool to compare societies across time. Students tackle concepts of stablity & order, tolerance & diversity, etc. to uncover lessons of history and apply them to current social issues and choices. Materials are organized to address California content standards for grades 6-12.
- Center for Active Learning in International Studies
- CALIS is an outreach project of the School of International Relations.
- Phone: (213) 740 - 7794
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org