Throughout the course of the NEH Institute, teaching tools were created to aid K-12 teachers in their mission to educate students on important issues found under the heading of development ethics, including global hunger, human rights, development and education, global health, food justice and sovereignty, violence, government and development, and the Millennium Development Goals to name a few. Educational materials include lesson plans, topic videos, interviews, and information pages on key subjects.
These materials can be found here: http://developmentethicseducate.wordpress.com
These materials and the website are part of an EDSITEment project, made possible by the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH), Verizon Thinkfinity, and the National Trust for the Humanities. EDSITEment gathers together original K-12 lesson plans, links to websites, interviews, and interactive activities from around the web to support student learning in the humanities. Subject areas include “Arts and Culture,” “Foreign Language,” “Literature and Language Arts,” and “History and Social Studies.”
For more information, please visit their website at: http://edsitement.neh.gov
Educational Materials Available on Development Ethics Include: