As a teacher, my greatest struggle was finding a way for students to make connections and interact with the past. When students hear social studies, they first think about mind-numbing informational text and short answers—followed by boring lectures and endless slides. However, being a teacher, I want students to see the mysteries, stories, and parallels from the past. As a creator, I aim to create high-interest and interactive lessons to engage students. In my project-based learning units, students will explore in a scaffolded inquiry-based learning experience, while my simulations allow students to interact with the past as a character. They make choices, research information, enhance their ELA skills, and much more!