Curricular Resources

View Topical Index of All Curriculum Units Developed in National Seminars.

Since the Yale National Initiative began its work in 2005, hundreds of teaching units have been prepared by scores of teachers on countless themes. The volumes containing the teaching units are a treasure trove of ideas and procedures for teaching English, History, Social Studies, Languages, the Arts, Mathematics, and Science in elementary, middle, and high schools. Each unit is designated by three two-digit numbers (e.g. 04.01.09), which represent the year the unit was written, seminar volume, and unit. The Index does not indicate whether the units are primarily for elementary- or secondary-school grades because a great many of the units, whatever their original audience, are readily adaptable for use across a wide range of grades. (Browse Index)

Search Curricular Resources Developed in National Initiative and New Haven Institute Seminars.

Search thousands of curriculum units in the humanities and in STEM fields prepared by teachers participating in national seminars and in seminars offered by the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute® and the Delaware Teachers Institute in New Castle County. (Search)

View Volumes of Curriculum Units from National Seminars.

View curriculum units prepared in national seminars at Yale by teachers from existing Teachers Institutes and school districts that are planning or considering the establishment of a Teachers Institute. (View by Year)

Find Curriculum Units Written in Seminars Led by Yale Faculty.

Find curriculum units written in seminars led by each participating Yale faculty member.

Find Curriculum Units Written by Teachers in National Seminars.

Find curriculum units written by teachers from each location participating in national seminars.

Browse Curriculum Units Developed in Existing Teachers Institutes.

Browse curriculum units developed in the existing Teachers Institutes in Delaware, New Haven, Philadelphia and on the Navajo Nation.