Today I learned that my classroom grant request for the Conflict Resolution and United States History curriculum materials was approved!
The volume includes "a CD with primary source documents, overheads, student handout, maps and illustration, as well as a DVD." Each case study "provides a detailed historical background, short biographies of key historical figures, an examination of the issues and perspectives, and an analysis of the consequences, along with questions for discussion and a list of additional resources."
I first learned about this when I attended the New Jersey Council for the Social Studies annual fall conference. While there I participated in a role-playing activity with the president of NJCSS to simulate immigration debates.
Here is a link describing the value of the program: http://civiced.rutgers.edu/CONFLICT/value.shtml
Below is a video that show students using "Conflict Resolution and U.S. History":
Video Link: http://youtu.be/yL5mWSqI3Qg