Social Studies

Project America

Agency: Lucas Education Research

In a research-practice partnership with Lucas Education Research and Educurious, RMC Research supports a multiyear implementation and outcome study of Project America, a new project-based learning Grade 8 U.S. History curriculum.

Essential Lens

Agency: Oregon Public Broadcasting

The Annenberg Foundation awarded Oregon Public Broadcasting a 1-year contract in fall 2013 to create Essential Lens: Analyzing Photographs Across the Curriculum. Essential Lens is a multidisciplinary resource for social science and science teachers that includes a website, videos, photographic analysis tasks, rights-cleared photo collections, photo archives, and interactive tools.

Revisiting Purple Mountain Majesties—From Sea to Shining Sea: Revisiting our American Ideals

Agency: Douglas County (OR) Education Service District

RMC Research conducted the program evaluation and research associated with From Sea to Shining Sea: Revisiting Our American Ideals, a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education and implemented by Douglas Education Service District in Roseburg, Oregon.

Teaching American History Program—Struggle and Resilience: Linking Idaho to Traditional American History

Agency: Kuna Joint School District No. 3

RMC Research conducted the program evaluation and research associated with the Struggle and Resilience Project funded by the U.S. Department of Education and implemented by Kuna School District in Kuna, Idaho. This professional development program aimed to improve pedagogy and increase student achievement in history.

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