Lacking confidence/skills necessary to meet the needs of your students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)? Learn information/evidence-based strategies to assist students in reaching their full potential in social studies classes. This session is designed for all grades.
Join the National Archives to discover DocsTeach.org and its new features. Learn to find, customize, and create primary source-based student activities that promote historical thinking and build inquiry skills.
Engage and motivate students using proven free game-changing tech tools to bolster your curriculum. Inquiries, presentation tools, simulations, memes, Twitter/social media, podcasts, distance learning, and apps/extensions. Materials provided.
Everyday objects can reveal a range of information if you ask the right questions. Object-based inquiry encourages observation and critical thinking. Allow your students to be curators with museum-integrated learning.
Teach historic and present-day social issues, address content standards, and meet Common Core requirements. We'll show you how, using Ken Burns's documentary film Baseball. Lessons plans will be provided.
Social studies educators teach students the content knowledge, intellectual skills, and civic values necessary for fulfilling the duties of citizenship in a participatory democracy. The mission of National Council for the Social Studies is to provide leadership, service, and support for all social studies educators.