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Northeast Regional Social Studies Conference (NERC)

April 4, 2016 to April 6, 2016

Theme: Social Studies: Connecting with the Community

For more information as it becomes available for this upcoming conference, please check back at : http://www.masscouncil.org

Oklahoma Council for the Social Studies

October 23, 2015

This year's upcoming annual state conference promises to offer many timely and innovative sessions for bringing social studies to life in the 21st century classroom. Please save the date NOW and make plans to join us at the Moore-Norman Career Tech Center for a full day of exceptional workshops presented by your fellow Oklahoma and nationally-acclaimed educators!

NCSS now accepting conference scholarship applications

NCSS is now accepting applications for a limited number of scholarships to attend the 2015 Annual Conference in New Orleans. These scholarships are designed for early career teachers in Louisiana and Mississippi who have never attended the NCSS conference. The scholarship covers full conference registration and one-year's membership to NCSS. For all of the details, click here.

Conference Highlights

The 2015 NCSS Annual Conference includes many interesting features. Here are a few of the major highlights you can choose when you register to attend.

ASA High School Sociology Symposium

Friday, November 13

The American Sociological Association presents four one-hour sessions that comprise ASA’s unique symposium. They will provide a central place for you to connect with other high school sociology teachers and learn about cutting-edge teaching resources to enliven your classes.

 

Register now for the NCSS Annual Conference

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Registration for the 2015 NCSS Annual Conference in New Orleans is now open!

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The Story of New Orleans

Founded nearly three hundred years ago, New Orleans is rich in history and culture, offering social studies educators a vast array of resources and ways to experience the city. At the 95th NCSS Annual Conference, explore this enigmatic yet fascinating city in all of its many dimensions, stories, history and people in this special track, featuring local writers, scholars, activists, and artists, all reflecting on their city.

Exhibit Booth Floor Plan

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Promote Your Booth

There are many opportunities to enhance your visibility and drive traffic to your exhibit booth. Choose from the following options.

Sponsorship

NCSS invites you, a leading education supplier, to collaborate with us, and discover a truly unique opportunity for repeated exposure to thousands of educators. Stand out from the crowd! Sponsorship is your opportunity to gain additional visibility and exposure. Sponsor an event or service at the 93rd NCSS Annual Conference. There are several opportunities to suit your needs and budget, including:

  • Scholarships

Exhibitor Sessions

NCSS is pleased to offer organizations the opportunity to submit proposals for commercial
presentations during the 94th Annual Conference. Exhibitors may submit
proposals for a one-hour session. Proposals are currently being accepted on a
first-come, first-served basis, on Friday, November 21 and Saturday, November
22.

These sessions are distinct from proposals submitted through the regular NCSS
call for proposals. Commercial solicitation is allowed.

Take this opportunity to showcase your products and services in a custom-built

2013 International Conference-Accepted Sessions

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Following is a preliminary list of sessions, workshops and poster presentations that have been accepted for Education for Democracy and the Arab World, the 2013 International Social Studies Conference in the Kingdom of Morocco. This list is subject to change. A finalized program, including rooms and times will be available prior to the conference.

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