C3 Teachers Organizational Hubs bring together amazing sources from leading cultural institutions and educators interested in using those materials to support inquiry in social studies classrooms. Make sure to also check out our C3 Teachers State Hubs.
A collection of 10 fresh inquiries the knowledge and vocabulary of money, we give them the essential tools to create financial stability and opportunity for themselves, their families, and their communities.
The first step in Teaching with Primary Sources inquiries is always the Library of Congress where we find primary sources that then lead us to compelling and supporting questions.
The Korean War Legacy Hub is a collaboration with C3 Teachers and the Korean War Legacy Foundation. The project offers a wide range of teaching materials to help students learn more about the Korean War and its aftermath.
Dive into the history of the Bible and its ongoing impact on the world! Through the study of ancient artifacts and new discoveries, we help students explore 4,000 years of the Bible’s history! Spanning millennia and multiple civilizations, the Bible’s influence can be seen in almost every culture across the globe.
Visit this hub from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian to bring Native perspectives into your classroom. Explore our online inquiries to reveal rich and diverse cultures, histories, and contemporary lives of Native peoples.
Our Summit Learning Hub features a culturally relevant curriculum consisting of 20 inquiries all designed to be inclusive and reflective of a wide variety of cultural contexts.
To help students learn about Sikhism, the world’s fifth largest religion, this collaboration between C3 Teachers and the Sikh Coalition offers a wide range of teaching materials.
To celebrate the Suffrage Centennial, What is a Vote Worth? is a resource collection grounded in the C3 Framework and Inquiry Design Model’s three core elements: Questions, Tasks, and Sources.