The “HxA High School Classroom Activity Series” provides educators with recommendations for how to use some of Heterodox Academy’s tools and resources, alongside other materials, to establish a classroom environment conducive to open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement and to teach these values.
The five-part series can be used in its entirety, from Mini-Unit One through Mini-Unit Five, or educators can choose whichever mini-unit(s) fits best within their existing curriculum. The series is best suited for English and social studies classes offered in grades 11 – 12 but can easily be adapted for grades 9 – 10.
The series begins with a pre-cursor for educators to prepare for implementing classroom activities that encourage open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement.
To learn more about the series, we encourage you to read this series introduction.