Develop critical skills related to organizing and creative action in order to promote justice-oriented student agency in the classroom. This session will privilege antiracist, queer, and pro-worker activisms.
What's on your playlist? Sing along or listen to songs used to foster critical consciousness of K-6 preservice teachers in a social studies course. Discover critical listening strategies and multicultural resources.
Learn to use lesser-known, well-cultivated archival databases to make your historical research stand out. Learn to access newly digitized material, strengthen search returns, and refine research through judicious browsing.
Discover the power of interdisciplinary, collaborative planning using micro-credentialing for teachers to develop skill in civic-mindedness. Create inquiry-based civic lessons using Library of Congress resources.
Discover how elementary education preservice teachers can integrate both the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards and edTPA requirements using one effective lesson template.
Empower your profession by using your voice to inform researchers, create collaborative relationships, or even engage in action research. Let yourself be heard; it's time that your knowledge was honored.