How do students do social studies? Learn about one district's process of developing a comprehensive K-12 social studies curriculum based on the C3 Framework and current Illinois state standards.
Inquiry as engagement can be daunting for educators in these politically polarized times. Learn how administrators can endeavor to support teachers in the proven practices of civic education to achieve student success and more equitable outcomes.
How do we create pathways for leadership in social studies? Examine the Houston ISD Teacher Leader Corps Program and learn how to develop classroom teachers into instructional leaders.
Encouraging educators to utilize the whole community as their classroom? Receive explicit strategies for incorporating meaningful place-based learning into teacher professional development and classroom instruction.
Discover the newest format for professional learning: Micro-credentialing. This format provides professional learning on-demand, and allows for choice of what will be studied, as well as when and where. Micro-credentials recognize mastery.
Make your partnerships a win-win! Using case studies from Washington, D.C., and Hawai'i's work with National Geographic, learn the principles and practices necessary to create effective partnerships for your districts!
2017/18 brought a groundswell of changes to the geography education landscape, especially affecting the infrastructure supporting K-12 geography education. Learn the most up-to-date lay of the land.
Explore how the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Regional Program promotes the effective use of primary sources from loc.gov for K-16 classrooms and teacher professional development.
Title IV Part A funding contributed to a Florida C3 Hub. Learn the who, what, and how of leveraging these funds for social studies education in actionable steps.