Good afternoon, friends! The upcoming virtual social studies conference is this weekend. Will you be joining us? As a reminder, be sure to check out our keynotes, and don’t forget to register here for the upcoming Florida Council for the Social Studies virtual conference as well! So let’s take a look at some more of Saturday’s fun!
Session: Introducing Inquiry in the Elementary Classroom: Equipping Young Student Historians!
Excite students by interacting with age-appropriate primary sources to grow a culture of inquiry. Create a thinking classroom where students work as junior historians by modeling a “historical mystery” replicated with other content and grades.
Session: Teaching Human Geography through Storytelling
Join the adventure! Explore the interaction of humans with the world, through the inspiring voices of National Geographic explorers.
Session: Digital Notebooking
Participants will learn some ins and outs (determined on what the group knows) of creating more interactive Google Slides for online learning.
Session: Transforming History Curriculum by Integrating Diverse Voices of America’s Past
Engage with strategies to integrate primary and secondary sources representing diverse voices in American History, leveraging library databases.