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Social Science High School Instructional Resources Review and Community Input

Community input from staff, students, parents and community members is requested for the instructional resources being considered for adoption.  Please see below for Phase one High School resources.  After previewing, please go to the Input Form to provide your response.

Viewing and Input Window closes May 8, 2022

When evaluating instructional materials for adoption in BSD K-12 Social Sciences, there are four working criteria, each of which is linked on the BSD Social Sciences website. We encourage you to review these criteria and to share your ideas and perspectives on the featured instructional materials.
There are three central operating criteria that were used for evaluating instructional materials in the Social Sciences:
Following your review of these criteria, we invite you to access the different instructional materials using the provided log-in information, and then to share your feedback on the materials in the linked Google Form.
For the purpose of this community review, we will only be using standards 2 through 7 from BSD Policy IIA-AR - Instructional Resources/Instructional Materials.  These standards are below. 
BSD Policy IIA-AR - Instructional Resources/Instructional Materials Standards 2-7:
Standard 2:   Materials shall meet high standards of quality in:  factual content,
                      educational significance, readability, artistic quality and/or literary style
                      presentation, physical format and technical quality.
Standard 3:   Materials shall be appropriate for the ability level, learning styles,
                      emotional and social development of the students for whom the materials
                      are selected.
Standard 4:   Materials shall promote growth in factual knowledge and critical thinking.
Standard 5:   Materials shall stimulate growth in the areas of literary appreciation, social
                      and aesthetic values and ethical standards.
Standard 6:   Selected materials shall support a balanced approach to controversial
                      issues that will include representation of various points of view even when
                      those opinions represented are controversial.  The inclusion of controversial
                      materials does not imply endorsement of the ideas by district personnel.
Standard 7:   Materials shall represent the contribution of all people regardless of age;
                      gender; belief system (e.g., religious, spiritual, political, social); racial,
                      ethnic and cultural origin; socio-economic background, diverse ability or
You will also have an opportunity to share open-ended feedback on the materials as well.
Thank you for your time and thoughtful consideration! Please submit all feedback by 5/8/22.
After previewing the instructional resources linked below that are being considered for the HS Social Science Adoption, please go to the Social Science Instructional Resources Input Form to provide your response.
Actively Learn
  • Website
  • Username: 
  • Password: password
Black History 365
  • Website
  • On the login screen first select the Access Code Tab
  • Enter access code:  5735642257770414 and select "send"
  • Self-Register and check Terms and Conditions box
  • Enter Submit 
Cengage/National Geographic
Classroom Law Project
  • Website
  • Select Login top right.  Create account
DBQ Online
  • Website
  • Username:  BeavertonSDpreview
  • Password:  BeavertonSDDBQ
Discovery Education
  • Website
  • Student login:
    • Username:
    • Password: discoveryOR
  • Teacher login:
    • Username: ORDemo2021
    • Password: discoveryOR
History Unerased
  • Website
  • First-time registrants will use sign-up code 11D9EA 
  • Returning users will use the unique password they created
If you have questions, please contact: