Explore NCSS Notable Trade Books that chronicle migrant experiences in various ways. Hear inspiring stories, engage in instructional strategies, and leave ready to read these books! Annotated bibliography provided.
Stephanie Wasta, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
Investigate how to change the study of economics and sustainability by infusing technology and urban agriculture. Participants will learn how one school turned important learning standards into exciting, authentic experiences.
Roxanna Mechem, Maplewood Richmond Heights School District, Maplewood, MO; Jamie Kelley, Maplewood Richmond Heights School District, Maplewood, MO
Presents social studies literacy instruction responsive to digital technologies and Common Core State Standards. Shows how to apply RAFT for authentic inquiries and the Toulmin Model for convincing arguments
David Moore, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
Incorporating place-based education related to the concept of sustainability enables students to connect with their environment. Join us to exchange ideas about fostering a sense of place and agency.
Jessica Winkelaar, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Jessamay Thompson, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
H2O for Life provides a transformational service learning opportunity for students to study the global water crisis while taking action to bring water to a school in a developing country.
Patty Hall, H2O for Life, White Bear Lake, MN
Using current events in the classroom as a vehicle to reverse declining student interest in political, cultural, geographic awareness. Theoretical and practical models for improved student engagement of critical issues.
Patrick Womac, Clemson University, Clemson, SC; Rory Tannebaum, Clemson University, Clemson, SC
Today, students tend to use visual information to negotiate understandings of the world around them. Recent research provides analysis of teaching strategies for developing visual literacy and promoting civic competence.
Cory Callahan, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
In this session, I will introduce and model my use of regular Morning Meetings in my undergraduate and graduate social studies methods class.
Jodi Bornstein, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
This presentation explores how teacher educators can utilize family history and Web 2.0 technologies to support pre-service teachers as they develop their voice and stance as Social Studies educators.
April Newkirk, Georgia Southern Unversity, Statesboro, GA