Our Civic Online Reasoning curriculum is now available!
Our latest research is featured by The Washington Post.
"Students Fall for Misinformation Online. Is Teaching Them to Read Like Fact Checkers the Answer?" Read about SHEG's research in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
In his latest article, featured in Pacific Standard, Sam Wineburg discusses how to teach students a better kind of media literacy.
In his latest op-ed, Sam Wineburg writes that "bringing education into the 21st century demands that we rethink how we teach every subject in the curriculum."
California passes new law that aims to promote the teaching and learning of media literacy in public schools.
Sam Wineburg discusses his newest book in an interview featured in Slate.
Read our latest research about history assessments in the journal of Cognition and Instruction.
Sam Wineburg and Sarah McGrew's paper on lateral reading is available to read now.
Thank you to the American Association of School Librarians for naming us as one of 2018's best websites for teaching and learning!
BBC World Service features SHEG's research.
Our new civic online reasoning classroom poster is available for free download!
Congratulations to SHEG's Sarah McGrew for being selected as a 2018 National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellow!
"Our new work will support the creation of classroom-ready materials that will prepare students to confront the challenges of a digital society."