Think Like Churchill by Touch Press is an app for iOS that lets students stand in the shoes of Winston Churchill as he faces some of the most difficult and challenging dilemmas in history. At the end of each scenario, students’ decisions are dissected and analyzed to help them understand how to become a better decision maker. Each scenario immerses students in a different pivotal moment in Churchill’s life. Some dilemmas are personal, some are controversial, and some helped shape the fate of the world. Throughout the app, students have access to Churchill’s own thoughts and writings, the advice of his friends and colleagues, as well as rare archival material, including intelligence reports, private letters, telegraphs, and briefing documents. After making their decision, students discover how closely it matches Churchill’s. Cost: $4.99
PBS LearningMedia’s resources from the award-winning PBS series The SupremeCourtchart the Court’s unique evolution through archival footage, graphic techniques, and interviews with legal historians and experts.
Cisco has introduced Global Problem Solvers: The Series (GPS: The Series), a new animated program with supporting activities thatengages students with a team of teens from around the globe who use technology to solve real-world social, economic, and environmental problems.
The Anne Frank House museum has partnered with Force Field VR to recreate the Secret Annex where Anne Frank and her family lived in hiding from July 6, 1942, until their arrest on the morning of August 4, 1944.