Project Imagine World History FAQs

World History Curriculum

 

What is Project Imagine?

Project Imagine is for grades 9-12 is a digital student-centered program with robust teacher support. Project Imagine focuses on engaging students with immersive digital experiences, like role plays and decision trees, so students can be part of history. It is a flexible program that can work with any high school history curriculum.

Take an interactive tour of Project Imagine World History.

 

What is available to purchase for Project Imagine World History?

Project Imagine World History is made up of the following components

  • Project Imagine Digital Course - The Project Imagine digital courseware on Savvas Realize™ includes robust digital tools that give teachers flexibility to use the digital activities. Teachers can customize the program to rearrange content, upload their own content, add links to online media, and edit resources and assessments, including:
    • Role play digital activities
    • 360 exploration digital activities
    • Decision tree activities
    • Interactive map digital activities
    • Opinion poll digital activities
    • Primary sources
    • Inquiry-based projects
  • Teacher’s Manual - Available in digital or print, the Teacher’s Edition includes direct instruction and teaching suggestions to engage students, as well as answer keys and correlations to other history programs.

 

What topics does Project Imagine World History cover?

Project Imagine World History was designed to reinforce key historical periods around the world. Digital activities are centered around the following time periods:

  • Ancient Greece 
  • China’s Tang and Song Dynasties
  • The Renaissance
  • The Early Industrial Revolution
  • World War I
  • Africa, 1945-1985

There are approximately 4-5 digital activities for each topic. Each topic also includes a project, reflection writing opportunities, and primary sources.

 

How many primary sources are in Project Imagine World History?

Thousands! Each immersive digital activity is built on primary sources and artifacts.

 

Can I use Project Imagine World History with other materials?

Yes! In your Teacher Guide you can find a correlation to other history programs available. It is easy to pull Project Imagine into your existing curriculum where necessary.

 

Do I need to use all of Project Imagine World History in my classroom?

Nope! Project Imagine World History was designed to be flexible. You can use each digital activity separately or all together. It is designed to reinforce key content, so use it where you’d like to increase student engagement, implement new digital resources, or expose students to more primary sources.

 

What differentiation support is available in Project Imagine World History?

All primary sources in Project ImagineWorld History contain reading support, like vocabulary support and context for historic words. Project ImagineWorld History also provides read aloud support for students so they are able to listen to the content.

 

How do I sign up for a Project Imagine digital demo?

Project Imagine digital courseware on Savvas Realize™ includes robust digital tools that give teachers flexibility to use a digital, print, or blended format in their classrooms. Teachers can customize the program to rearrange content, upload their own content, add links to online media, and edit resources and assessments. Program-specific resources, flexible agnostic resources, and assessments are available in one location for easy lesson planning and presentation. Click here to sign up for a demo.