Curriculum

Intersections and Connections US History Curriculum

Our instructional resources broaden the social studies from colonial Jamestown through the 21st century, and our contextualized approach ensures LGBTQ and all minorities are represented within a more complete, complex, and empowering story of America.

 

 

Six thematic modules
10 case studies
five analysis tools

 


Intersections and Connections curriculum reflects over six years of research and development by expert curriculum designers, historians, classroom teachers, librarians, education policy leaders, and advocates. Read our key conceptual underpinnings HERE.

 

New

Our library of over 30 instructional resources are targeted for grades 3 through 12 and offered through Learn.UnErased.org, our secure digital platform which now includes advanced features and functionality to support both traditional and remote learning:

  • Secure, password-protected portal for individual schools or districts
  • Teacher's guides, interactive student guides, and analysis tools are now offered as both digital flipbooks and downloadable, writable PDFs with embedded resources and links to primary sources
  • Ability to create classes and assign materials to students
  • Student portal to access assigned materials and submit work directly to teachers (no personal identifying information is collected from students)
  • Online discussion forum for peer-to-peer mentorship within each school or district
  • Recursos en Español

Schedule a 30-minute virtual demo of Intersections and Connections curriculum and Learn.UnErased.org features and functionality.

History UnErased professional learning

Professional Learning


Our virtual professional learning is designed to enhance the expertise of educators and develop proficiency and confidence with LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum. This intellectual preparation is the critical first step and begins with an analysis of implicit biases and implications in curriculum, classroom practice, and cultural mindsets.

 

 

 

Jamestown 1629 colonial America
We have the right to sit here
What is speech?
Bayard Rustin
Jim Crow and a Charleston legend
Lenses of Analysis Guide