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March 4, 2017
1145 W. Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89135
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November 3, 2016 to November 4, 2016
Event will be held at City of Monroe Convention Center
401 Lea Joyner Memorial Expressway
Monroe, LA 71201
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October 20, 2016 to October 21, 2016
JOIN THE MCSS FALL CONFERENCE OCTOBER 20-21, 2016 Thad Cochran Center on the campus of The University of Southern Mississippi Professional development sessions for elementary, middle, and secondary teachers. CEUs will be offered through Mississippi State University.
121 West Memorial Drive
Hattiesburg, MS 39406
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October 6, 2016 to October 8, 2016

2016 SC Council for the Social Studies Conference

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Marriott Columbia
1200 Hampton St
Columbia, SC 29201
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May 17, 2016 - 7:00pm

Sex Trafficking is a business made up of supply (victims), demand (buyers), and distributors (traffickers). Human Sex Trafficking nets billions of dollars worldwide and is the second largest criminal industry in the world and the fastest growing. It is modern day slavery in which children (under the age of 18), women, and men are bought and sold for sexual or labor purposes. In the United States of America, children are the largest group trafficked for sex. As educators, we are on the front lines of mitigation. This webinar is designed to provide you with the tools and resources to prevent and mitigate this atrocity in our schools and community.

Comprehensive Members receive Complimentary registration

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April 26, 2016 - 7:00pm

Bring the legislative process to life with Congress.gov, a ground‐breaking, comprehensive, user‐friendly, free source of information about the work of Congress both today and in history. This webinar will explore the classroom applications of Congress.gov, the comprehensive, user‐friendly one stop source for fact‐based information about the U.S. Congress from the Library of Congress.

Complimentary for NCSS members-only

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April 19, 2016 - 7:00pm

Discuss the implementation of unit planning and development of a C3 unit while connecting historical thinking strategies with literacy strategies. Using the C3 Framework, this presentation will illustrate how teachers can create a C3 unit that incorporates social studies, literacy, inquiry, with an overarching focus on history and civic learning similar to the C3 unit developed by the presenter for her own class.

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April 5, 2016 - 7:00pm

Too often interactive whiteboards are used in a way that makes them little more than very expensive overhead projectors. Yet our interactive whiteboards can be tools to augment our teaching strategies and engage our students. Learn how to augment your teaching strategies with the interactive white board: SMART or Promethean to create an interactive experience for your student's projects and demonstrations. Gain ideas and techniques for making the interactive board an exciting and engaging part of your teaching repertoire.

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March 29, 2016 - 7:00pm

This webinar will on how to build a green classroom. The presenter has had a paperless class room for over 2 years. Develop new ideas and techniques for going paperless in the classroom. Improve your assignments, expand your feedback ability, speed up correction time; go paperless!

Instructor: Michael M. Yell, former NCSS president and National Board Certified middle school social studies teacher.

Fee: $20 members/$40 non-members

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March 15, 2016 to March 22, 2016

This two-part webinar series is a continuation of the 2015, four-part webinar series focusing on ways to incorporate inclusive pedagogical approaches for addressing different faith traditions and cultures in the classroom consistent with the First Amendment. Based on Tanenbaum's* Seven Principles of Inclusive Education and Face to Faith’s Essentials of Dialogue, these webinars help teachers navigate the often difficult terrain of teaching accurately and sensitively about diverse religions and cultures. This two sessions will be more streamlined and focus to help implementation religious and cultural literacy into your classrooms.

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