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It's Not All About Me? Fostering Global Citizenship

Citizenship is the foundation of our democracy. The C3 Literacy Collaborative shares their implementation of the C3 Framework and ELA integration through model units on character development and global citizenship.

Continuity and Change in K-2: A Foundation for Historical Thinking

Explore inquiry-based approaches for introducing the concept of continuity and change in the K-2 grades, and focusing on effective social studies instruction through literacy and mathematics outcomes.

Connecting ELA and Social Studies

Elementary students need opportunities to read complex text, with a distinct focus on building knowledge on interesting topics. Learn about a collaboration between ELA and social studies professionals that allows this to happen.

Comparing Societal Perspectives of War to Personal Experiences of War

My great uncle and a colleague, both combat veterans, told me personal stories in World War II and Vietnam War, respectively. Their stories tell me more than films and textbooks.

Carter G. Woodson & Notable Tradebooks: Engaging Upper Elementary/Middle Lesson Plans

Searching for compelling upper elementary/middle grade lesson plans tied to NCSS Notable Tradebooks and Carter Woodson winning titles? Look no further! Participants will receive all lesson plans.

Carter G. Woodson & Notable Tradebooks: Engaging Early Grade Lesson Plans!

Searching for compelling early grade lesson plans tied to NCSS Notable Tradebooks and Carter Woodson winning titles? Look no further! Participants will receive all lesson plans.

Building C3 Inquiry Skills in Elementary Classrooms through Local History

Build elementary students' C3 Framework inquiry skills through local history. Learn how to use primary sources and tools such as ArcGIS Story Maps to deepen students' historical and geospatial thinking.

Be The Curator! Organizing a Thematic Exhibition with Inquiry-Based Learning

Introduce students to the role of a museum curator through organizing a thematic exhibition of American artwork from the National Portrait Gallery. Attendees will receive ready-to-go lesson plans and materials.

The Power of Specialization and Interdependence

Why do we specialize within our community and around the globe? Experience the benefits of specialization, voluntary exchange, and interdependence. Copies of lessons will be shared. Door prizes awarded.

The Civil Rights Movement: A Living Timeline

The civil rights movement, an ever-relevant time in our history, comes to life through this interactive research project as students become experts on 13 major events spanning from 1954-1968.

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