- Why TCI?
- Free Lessons
- Professional Development
TCI’s high school social studies programs integrate proven teaching strategies, engaging content, and meaningful technology to excite students, foster their love of learning, and create memorable classroom experiences.
Tools like differentiated reading levels, text-to-speech, main ideas, and highlighting provide extra reading support. Students can build their vocabulary with checks for understanding and vocabulary cards.
TCI’s programs are available in English and Spanish to support dual immersion classrooms and English Learners.
Each lesson includes adjustments to support English Learners, Learners with Special Education Needs, Learners Reading and Writing Below Grade Level, and Advanced Learners.
TCI’s high-interest readings, unit projects, and learning libraries provide even more opportunities for engagement. Students read primary sources, case studies, and other expository texts to dive deeper into the lesson. Each unit includes a comprehensive inquiry pathway for teachers who want to follow C3’s Inquiry Design Model. Our ever-expanding learning libraries are also a rich resource for adding videos, games, civics, and biographies to lessons.
Students complete collaborative projects, writing assignments, and problem-solving group work. TCI’s high school history programs prepare students with the skills and content they need to navigate the real world.
From budgeting to using credit wisely, TCI’s high school economics program prepares students for their financial futures. The Personal Finance Toolkit, for example, will help students assess their financial literacy, develop essential financial skills, and begin to plan their finances.
Prepare students to become informed, civically engaged members of their communities with TCI’s high school U.S. government program. The Doing Democracy toolkit and political inquiry projects provide the tools students need to explore political systems.