Technology and Change in the Social Studies Classroom
Harness technology to empower your students' individual learning styles, while making global connections! Receive complimentary instructional resources and information about a fully funded travel fellowship to Germany.
Advocacy, assessment and engagement meet here. Attendees will learn about 1:1 and participate in hands-on demonstrations of technological tools. All of the tools presented are free!
Students from two universities share the use of emerging digital tools. The subject was the Ukrainian Diaspora, with a specific emphasis on the role of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in New Jersey.
Dig-It! Games has conducted a National Science Foundation sponsored research study on the feasibility of creating a standardized reporting system for all educational video games. This presentation will share findings.
Learn how to build your next object-based lesson into a game that pushes the historical thinking of students as they analyze artifacts.
Learn how to create free authentic online discussions and partnerships with classes from around the country. Attendees will receive a partner and resources to start their own collaboration.
Learn how to use technology to bring the power of physical place into classrooms, using Rome and its monuments as models.
Tired of using outdated, obsolete printed Civics curriculum? Learn new ways to integrate ever-changing technology into Civic Education using open-source curriculum, primary resources, and student-led inquiry.
Instantly enhance and differentiate your lessons in order to meet present and future learning demands through the employment of the latest, easy-to-use technology, engaging activities and the C3 framework.
Through a grant from the Library of Congress, educational organizations have created free interactives on Congress and civic participation. Explore the interactives and discuss classroom applications.