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Practical Differentiation and Alignment to CCSS, C3 by/for Teachers

Work with practicing, seasoned New York City teachers to rework common resources to be more aligned with Common Core and C3 standards as well as 21st century skills for students.

The National Atlas of Korea: Broad Resources for Social Studies

This poster showcases the new National Atlas of Korea, a monumental publication with broad resources for facts and statistics teachers can adopt for teaching social sciences for East Asia topics.

Eyewitness to History: Madison Washington's Successful Slave Revolt

Students have heard of Prosser's Rebellion, Denmark Vessey, and Nat Turner. But have they heard of Madison Washington and the Creole Revolt? No? Then they should!

Preparing for College and Beyond: Free Tools from PBS's POV

POV presents free lesson plans and tools for college and career prep using All the Difference, a documentary following two young African-American men from Chicago through high school and college.

Tough Stuff of History: New Orleans & Domestic Slave Trade

This clinic will focus on human rights and teaching controversy utilizing Purchased Lives an exhibit on the domestic slave trade, related teacher workshops, lesson plans, field trips and educational programs.

Incredible Korea and Your Classroom

Participants will obtain lessons plans for Advanced Placement Human Geography derived from the new National Atlas of Korea pertaining to demographics, urbanization, agriculture, migration, economics, politics, and global commerce.

You've Got Issues...You Just Didn't Know it!

Participants will learn how to issue-ize their existing instructional units in American history and world history by applying an issues-centered focus to increase student engagement, understanding and responsibility.

Can Teachers Change the Narrative around Native Americans

A historic truth and reconciliation commission on forced removal of Native American children is explored in a new documentary. Learn how to teach this story. Free film and curriculum.

Project-Based Learning: Using Children's Books to Teach Psychology

Usie children's books to teach various aspects, theories and topics in psychology. All participants will receive a free lesson, project rubric and student work samples.

The Portraiture Project: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Instruction

In an interactive poster presentation, participants will learn how portraiture may be integrated in history instruction to advance students' understanding of historic persons and the construction of narratives.


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