Pulitzer Center: Top 10 Lesson Plans of 2020
Posted by Pulitzer Center on January 5, 2021
In 2020, we published 43 new lesson plans, highlighted student work through our international poetry and letter-writing contests—and, despite our inability to gather in person, we connected digitally with students across the U.S. and beyond.
As we approach the start of the new year, we’re taking a look back at the top 10 lesson plans, selected by our team to spotlight diverse subjects and geographies.
Created by the Pulitzer Center education team and partner educators, these lesson plans use underreported stories to strengthen students’ empathy, critical thinking, and global awareness. They range from teaching how data journalism illuminates the crisis of climate migration to exploring the roots of mass incarceration, from comparing international pandemic responses to examining bias and representation in photojournalism.
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