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By placing students in the center of complex choices, Sherrin is able tease out the larger questions of the Humanities, including “Why do people do what they do?” 

Kathy Swan, Professor, University of Kentucky and lead writer of the C3 Framework for Social Studies.

 

 

By placing students in the center of complex choices, Sherrin is able tease out the larger questions of the Humanities, including “Why do people do what they do?” 

Kathy Swan, Professor, University of Kentucky and lead writer of the C3 Framework for Social Studies.

 

 

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“Using mock trials to teach students to explore concepts like ethics, justice, and human rights is brilliant. Judging for Themselves provides teachers with complex, intense cases from history and literature to help students appreciate the complexities of real-life situations. What a powerful way to have students look incisively at behavior and outcomes and to inspire civic responsibility!” 

Kim D. O’Neil, President, National Council for the Social Studies, 2015-2016