Teaching World History Through Time Travelers: Engaging Themes and Activities for the High School World History Classroom

National Geographic Learning and our authors bring the world into the classroom—and bring world history alive by talking about travelers through time, including National Geographic Explorers. Join author Ken Curtis as he talks about the appeal of teaching world history (whether it’s Advanced Placement World History on on-level high school World History) by sharing experiences of travelers from thousands of years ago — and today.

Ken R. Curtis, Ph.D.

Professor of History, California State University Long Beach

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National Geographic Learning and our authors bring the world into the classroom—and bring world history alive by talking about travelers through time, including National Geographic Explorers. Join author Ken Curtis as he talks about the appeal of teaching world history (whether it’s Advanced Placement World History on on-level high school World History) by sharing experiences of travelers from thousands of years ago — and today.

In this webinar replay, you will learn:

  • Explore examples of traveler's tales
  • Discover group discussion questions and classroom activities to tie culture, resources, history, economics, and geography to time travelers
  • Examine the research of National Geographic Explorers — and apply that research to today's communities
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