Explore ways to successfully use inquiry-based approaches in inclusive classrooms for students with special needs. The Storypath approach is achieving success, improving the academic and social outcomes of such students.
Participants will explore resources for the Young Learner preparing for Election 2016. These resources will come from organizations dedicated toward preparing Young Learners for active participation in the political process.
Classroom simulations are wonderful teaching strategies to actively engage students in the learning process. This poster presentation will provide the participants with many topics for possible simulations for their classes.
Foster global awareness and strengthen multicultural literacy in young learners by exploring world festivals and cultural celebrations. Leave with classroom-ready lessons, activities, and educational content appropriate for K-6 students.
Critical literacy is an effective strategy for diversity discussions in elementary social studies. Session will explain the rationale for such discussions, outline the elements of critical literacy, and provide examples.
Teachers can access some of the best free technology resources on EconEdLink.org. Come see classroom-tested lesson plans, on-line concept videos, quizzes, and simulations to help students master economics.