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Engagement and the Gamer Generation

Gladiators, Socializers, Achievers, and Explorers- Engaging all learners in a Gamified classroom

Conscientious Consumption in a Material World

Conscientious Consumption in a Material World presents a unit which empowers students to critically examine factors influencing their economic decision-making, and the personal and global repercussions of these choices.

Stories from the Bamboo Groves: Vietnam in Children's Literature

Discover children's literature and resources set in Vietnam to support global citizenship, increase social responsibility, and support the C3 Framework. Presenters will share practical activities, lessons and handouts.

The Portrayal of Immigrants in American Youth Fiction (1880-present)

The presentation will discuss how immigrants were portrayed in books written during peak U.S. immigration eras, analyze the portrayals, and examine how these representations may affect students and social studies.

The Secret History of History

The International Spy Museum shares innovative strategies to bring students into the secret world of espionage and intelligence, ultimately enhancing understanding of the global and timeless role of intelligence.

A Fable, a Famine and a Finale: The Famine of 1315

Climate change is nothing new. This 2 day, ready-to-teach lesson students examine how Europe in the 1300's faced drastic climate change and how this change has affected our present.

Collaborating with Tribal Elders for Sustainability Study

This session describes collaborative efforts between a Palouse tribal elder, social studies teacher, English teacher, and librarian to promote place-bases sustainability study.

Web 2.0 Tools and More to Invigorate your Geo-Literacy Classroom

Reading, writing and geography? Discover strategies to motivate students using novels, Web 2.0 tools and and more. Leave with geo-literacy activities you can use in your classroom tomorrow!

Red Carpet Oscars for Human Rights Student-Made Documentaries

A Night at the Oscars! Students create mini-documentaries on human rights using primary sources and technology. Tips for hosting your very own Oscars presentation ceremony.


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