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Friday, November 30, 2018

Teaching with Primary Sources and Emerging Technologies

2:45 am to 3:45 am
Crystal Ballroom C, Lobby Level, West Tower
   

Scott Waring, Richard Hartshorne, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL


Sponsored by the Teacher Education and Professional Development Community

Explore ways to integrate emerging technologies and primary sources into instructions. Strategies for use in K-16 classrooms will be shared and discussed.

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José António Brandão

11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Crystal Ballroom C, Lobby Level, West Tower
   

"Pathways of Change: Natives and French in the Great Lakes"

Sponsored by the Canada Community

Examine Native-French interactions in the Great Lakes region.  Fur trade across waterways in the region changed both cultures, helped forge alliances and profoundly impacted colonial North America.

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José António Brandão-Pathways of Change:Natives and French in the Grate Lakes

11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Crystal Ballroom C, Lobby Level, West Tower
   

Sponsored by the Canada Community

Examine Native-French interactions in the Great Lakes region. Fur trade across waterways in the region changed both cultures, helped forge alliances and profoundly impacted North America.

José António Brandão is Professor of History at Western Michigan University.

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Scott Waring and Richard Hartshorne

2:45 pm to 3:45 pm
Crystal Ballroom C, Lobby Level, West Tower
   

"Teaching with Primary Sources and Emerging Technologies"

Sponsored by the Teacher Education and Professional Development Community

Explore ways to integrate emerging technologies and primary sources into instruction.  Strategies for use in K-16 classrooms will be shared and discussed.

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Dafney Blanca Dabach, Aliza Fones, Natasha Hakimali Merchant, Adebowale Adekile

2:45 pm to 3:45 pm

    Teachers Navigating Civic Education When Students Are Undocumented: Building Case Knowledge



Sponsored by the Research Community





How do we teach civics when there are differences in the rights of those who are in the classroom? In this interactive lecture, we highlight practices and essential questions to support the continued learning of teachers who work in settings that are heterogeneous in terms of immigration status and citizenship rights. 

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Teachers Navigating Civic Education When Students Are Undocumented: Building Case Knowledge

2:45 pm to 3:45 pm
Crystal Ballroom C, Lobby Level, West Tower
   

Dafney Blanca Dabach, Aliza Fones, Natasha Hakimali Merchant, Adebowale Adekile


Sponsored by the Research Community

How do skilled and experienced high school civics teachers who support immigrants' rights teach about elections in mixed-citizenship settings where some students have formal citizenship rights and others do not? Learn how teachers address the possibilities of inclusion despite structural exclusions.

Dafney Blanca Dabach is Associate Professor at the University of Washington College of Education. Aliza Fones is a Postdoctoral scholar at the University of Iowa. Natasha Hakimali Merchant is an assistant professor of education at the University of North Georgia. Adebowale Adekile is social studies instructor at Rockdale Career Academy, Conyers, GA.

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Friday, November 30, 2018