DBQ Project's Self-Paced Courses

DBQ 101 - Spring 2023 Offerings

DBQ 101 Course Description

These self-paced courses familiarize teachers with The DBQ Project Method. Teachers will learn how to make the DBQ process engaging and powerful for students. Participants will work through the steps of The DBQ Project Method at their own pace, pausing to reflect and practice along the way.

The Basics

  • Courses will launch on April 11th and May 9th.
  • DBQ 101 is equivalent to our DBQ Full Day Introductory Workshop.
  • Courses are available at no charge.
  • Options for both instructors with DBQ Online access and instructors with the print binders.
  • Courses will be open for a month after launch.
  • Participants will receive a certificate of completion when they finish the course.
  • Certificate will contain credit hours - 6 for teachers with access to DBQ Online, 5 for those without.

Available Courses:

Note! While the self-paced courses center around specific units, The DBQ Project Method, which drives them, is applicable to all DBQ Project material.

Early Jamestown: Why Did So Many Colonists Die? - Elementary focus

Youth Activism: Should Your Town Ban the Sale of Plastic Water Bottles? - Elementary focus

Valley Forge: Would You Have Quit? - Elementary and Middle School focus

What Were the Primary Reasons for the "Fall" of Rome? - Middle and High School focus

A Question of Scale: How Wealthy is Brazil? - Middle and High School focus

Civics: Should Americans be Required to Vote? - Middle and High School focus

Politics or Principle: Why Did L.B.J. Sign the Civil Rights Act of 1964? - Middle and High School focus

What Was The Underlying Cause of World War I? - High School focus

Available soon!

Literature: How Did Abolitionists Make the Case Against Slavery? - Middle and High School focus

DBQ Project Self-Paced Courses

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