Our friends from the Florida Council for the Social Studies want to remind you of the upcoming conference!
We are eagerly anticipating the exciting events planned for the 60th Annual Florida Council for the Social Studies Conference in Palm Harbor October 20 -22!
If you have already registered, you can look forward to these highlights:
- The debut of the FCSS Time Machine, the opening reception for this years conference. During this time we encourage all attendees to dress to theme with a style from a decade in which FCSS has celebrated with an annual conference. (1958 to Present)
- Over 80 exciting and meaningful sessions to support social studies educators in strengthening professional practices and engaging students in honoring the past, preserving the present and shaping the future. Please review the session matrix (available here: 2017 FCSS Session Descriptions) to explore all of the wonderful session opportunities available to attend on Saturday and Sunday.
- Saturday Mentor Session for supporting and recruiting knowledgeable and skillful social studies teachers, this session will provide educators with invaluable insights into professional practice.
- Saturday General Session where attendees will have the opportunity to shape the future through a discussion with Florida Gubernatorial candidates focused on the shared commitment to the mission of Social Studies.
- Free luncheon provided for all attendees with an interactive learning component sponsored by Studies Weekly.
- Sunday keynote speaker who will provide an interactive experience with the opportunity to implement differentiated learning strategies to improve social studies achievement for English Language Learners and all students.
- This is just a brief sampling of the jam packed weekend planned to nurture and support all social studies educators and advocates.
Haven’t registered yet? There is STILL time to secure your attendance for this exciting conference. Go to the FCSS website at http://fcss.org/meetinginfo.php, scroll down to the blue register now link, and register for the conference.
Looking forward to seeing everyone in Palm Harbor!
The Florida Council for the Social Studies Conference Committee