Acrobatiq Smart Author Content for World History explores the 5,000-year history of human societies, with a focus on the geographic and environmental factors that have shaped civilizations and influenced human development. Students examine political and social structures, religious beliefs, economic systems, patterns in trade, and cultural attributes that distinguish different societies around the globe. The courseware supports adaptive learning programs delivered online or on-ground. Students purchase access to the Smart Courseware™ in place of a traditional textbook.
As students interact with the learning activities, learning data is continually collected, analyzed and reported to The Learning Dashboard™, providing educators with real-time actionable insights about how well students are mastering course learning objectives.
World History Includes:
- 7 Units
- 18 Modules
- 79 Learning Objectives
- Over 1000 Formative and Summative Assessment Opportunities
- 7 Interactive Timelines – See example on course page 16
Unit 1: Learning Strategies
Unit 2: Concepts of History
Unit 3: Early Civilizations
Unit 4: Multicultural Empires: 600 BCE to 600 CE
Unit 5: Emergence of New World Patterns: 600 CE to 1500 CE
Unit 6: Modern Patterns in World History: 1500 CE to Present
Unit 7: Acknowledgments