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Listen and learn from sessions recorded at the 2013 NCSS Annual Conference

As part of our commitment to providing members with valuable education, NCSS introduces its newest resource for online education, the NCSS Live Learning Center (http://ncss.sclivelearningcenter.com).

Don’t let your education end when the Annual Conference ends. Continue your professional development with educational session recordings from the conference through the NCSS Live Learning Center. This online library of session recordings lets you catch up on sessions you missed for a more complete educational experience. Revisit important information and share your favorite presentations with colleagues who were unable to attend. These audio synch-to-slide archives offer many hours of recorded professional development content. Presentations will be available at all grade levels, and topics will include C3, Common Core, technology, assessment, and more.

Session recordings through the NCSS Live Learning Center are complimentary for all 2013 Annual Conference attendees.

How it works
Register for the 2013 NCSS Annual Conference and you'll gain complimentary 24/7 access to the full archives. This is a $125 value, offered free to conference attendees for a limited time! You can't attend every session offered, so take advantage of the opportunity to experience some of the best of the conference that you may miss.

Conference registrants will receive a username and password about four weeks after the conference with instructions on how to log in, select, and listen.

Each session includes a professional audio recording of the NCSS speaker as well as PowerPoint slides, synched to the presentation so you can watch as you listen.

List of sessions to be recorded. Click on a title to see the description.

More sessions to be added!

The Common Core in the History Classroom: Sources and Strategies

Unleashing Your Inner Geographer: Explore and Create with National Geographic

Pop Culture in Social Studies: Using Superheroes to Engage Students

280+ Ready to Go CCSS K-12 Lessons for Teaching Geography

Facing the CCSS and C3: Teaching Argumentative Writing and Inquiry

Literacy Strategies and Learning Practices in Middle School Geography Classrooms

Preserving American Freedom: Primary Sources to Teach History and ELA

A Classroom They’ll Remember: Creating Engaged Citizens while Incorporating the Common Core

Economics beyond Advanced Placement: Literacy and Reasoning Skills for College Preparedness

Creating a Student-Centered Social Studies Classroom Using Socratic Seminar

Promoting Historical Inquiry with Art and Popular Culture

“The Fierce Urgency of Now”: Examining King’s Dream Speech Today

Real Stories, Real Stuff: Teaching with Resources from the Smithsonian

Closing the Civic Empowerment Gap in our Urban Schools

Mobile Motivation

CCSS Meets the Web: Teaching with Digital Primary Sources

Stay Calm and Jump on Board: Surviving the Reform Storm

Common Core Interconnections to Geographic Literacy

Putting Women's History in the High School U.S. History Classroom

Using Primary Sources to Teach the Common Core for Social Studies

Getting History Write: Common Core Strategies for Your Classroom

Teaching about Islam and the Modern Middle East

Common Core: Giving Tools to Think and Write like Historians

Primary Sources for High School Psychology: Adapting the Common Core

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