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.

Register here for the upcoming Florida Council for the Social Studies virtual conference!!