Technology and Change in the Social Studies Classroom
Join this hands-on session merging the C3 Framework for inquiry-based learning with STEAM. Learn how to build 21st-century skills in elementary students through city planning.
Traditional note-taking with a twist! Experience the mechanics, benefits, and fun of interactive student notebooks (ISN). Love the ISN just like Darwin, da Vinci and Marie Curie did. Resources provided.
The Asian Art Museum and National Consortium for Teaching about Asia will introduce teachers to high quality, peer-reviewed, online resources to support teaching and learning about Asia.
Presentation tools often get pigeon-holed as tools which only can be used for lectures. Discover a world of lesson design to bring a new level of creativity.
How does the maker movement seamlessly integrate into social studies classrooms and curriculum? Identify realistic ways to incorporate making to analyze content and differentiate learning in the social studies classroom.
Teach students how to discern advertising techniques utilized in campaign commercials. Learn how to use Powtoons to have students create their own commercials for the election of 1800.
What do Donald Trump, the EPA, and the UN all have in common? They use Twitter! Come learn how tweets can be used as curriculum in the classroom.
The essay will explore how social studies educators can utilize hip-hop and popular media to effectively and creatively teach the themes of race and youth identity in their classrooms.
Examine a presentation project focused on financial literacy for secondary students, where students create a one-year budget.
Discover how Virtual Reality (VR) is an immersive technology ideal for historical journeys where students can navigate and create 360-sphere environments with embedded text, audio and video.