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Let Freedom Ring: Students Can Become Detectives in K-8 Classrooms

Use Library of Congress inquiry strategies to show your students how to become "history detectives" using primary sources and technology.

Kid Citizen: Elementary Grade Apps on Congress and Civic Participation

Explore app episodes designed for young children that foster engaging inquiry with primary sources. See templates for teachers to develop content for digital exploration.

Learning the Intergenerational Way: Bringing Older Adults into the Classroom

Civic identity is founded on relationships. Inviting older adults into classrooms to share and learn with students is easy and powerful. Come learn about the Bridges Together curricula suite.

Let's Talk! Getting Comfortable Discussing Race in Your Classroom

Host: National Museum of African American History and Culture, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Ever danced around the issue of race in your classroom? Join us to investigate challenges of talking about race, discuss ways to engage K-12 students and embrace those important conversations.

NOTE: Attendees are on their own to reach this clinic, which is accessible by Metro.

Finally, an Answer for Elementary Teachers

Shifts in ELA and Social Studies, the C3 Framework and best practice instruction related to the elementary classroom with interactive activities and resources are the basis for this clinic.
Fee: $30 for members, $45 for nonmembers
See Resources for this Session Finally, an Answer for Elementary Teachers
See Resources for this Session Finally, An Answer for Elementary Teachers
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