NCSS Institutes and Webinars
Critical thinking and communication skills are essential in students developing inquiry and conveying informed decisions through argument writing. Join this webinar as we highlight "disciplinary literacy tools" developed with teachers that support a wide range of students (including English learners and below-grade readers) in becoming proficient in reasoning and writing with sources.
July 27, 2020 to July 28, 2020
Every child should be empowered to inquire, to ask questions, and to wrestle their way to an argument. Join colleagues from around the country and the world to learn more about the importance of using inquiry in social studies, receive hands-on training of the Inquiry Design Model, and creating your own inquiry materials to use upon your return to the classroom.
Washington, DC 20016
July 30, 2020 to July 31, 2020
National Council for the Social Studies and inquirED are hosting the Elementary Inquiry Summer Institute (EISI) in Evanston, IL. Attendees should expect a dynamic, two-day exploration of the tools and strategies that educators need to bring inquiry to life in their classrooms and schools. Workshops and sessions will address key inquiry concepts such as generating questions and planning inquiries, facilitating student-led investigations, and designing and implementing informed action projects.
Baker Demonstration School
Wilmette, IL 60091