Several NCSS communities have invited the following prominent scholars to speak on issues related to their missions.
Community scholar sessions are open to all attendees. Attend any and all sessions of interest to learn about the discussion topics and the role that communities play within NCSS. --> read more »
NCSS Registration Hours
Second Level, John B. Hynes Convention Center
900 Boylston Street
- Wednesday, Nov. 19, 11:00AM-7:00PM
- Thursday, Nov. 20, 7:00AM-6:00PM
- Friday, Nov. 21, 6:30AM-5:30PM
- Saturday, Nov. 22, 7:00AM-4:30PM
- Sunday, Nov. 23, 7:00-10:00AM
All conference participants must register, including chairs, presenters, exhibitors, and committee members. Badges must be worn at all times to gain access to conference sessions, exhibits, and events.
If you received your badge and tickets by mail --> read more »
We are excited that you will be joining us at your first NCSS Annual Conference in Boston!
Now that you've registered, you may be wondering what to expect. As a conference attendee, you'll experience informative professional development sessions, amazing exhibits, and the best networking with like-minded educators.
The tips below will help you have an engaging and enjoyable conference experience.
Before You Go
NCSS conducts official business at the Annual Conference. Unless otherwise noted, meetings of the House of Delegates, operations committees, and other NCSS work groups are open to all NCSS members interested in the governance of the Council. --> read more »
Committee and Governance Meetings at the NCSS Annual Conference --> read more »
Onsite information for NCSS Annual Conference --> read more »
NCSS conference attendees have two options for earning graduate credit.
One graduate-level semester credit is available through Adams State College. Applicants must attend at least 15 hours of sessions, workshops, and speakers, and keep a log of everything attended. The credit requires a short paper or lesson plan incorporating information learned at the conference. Download the syllabus. --> read more »
Social studies and literacy are mutually inclusive. The ability to understand vocabulary and concepts is an essential part of the social studies, and social studies offers many rich topics to use to teach literacy skills. --> read more »
National Council for the Social Studies believes that high quality professional development is important to the professional growth of social studies teachers, and to the outcomes in the classrooms in which they teach. This is especially true for early career teachers. --> read more »
p>These College Board AP® Workshops will focus on providing both new and experienced AP teachers with in-depth explorations of specific AP course topics. For NCSS the workshops offer instructional activities designed to increase student engagement with AP courses. Pre-AP workshops are designed to help teachers and school administrators better understand specific instructional strategies that will support student success in college-level courses such as AP. All AP and Pre-AP workshops are presented by certified AP consultants. --> read more »