Social Studies Webinars

Ideas, information, and tips for educators! Explore our free social studies webinars and sign up for live sessions. If you miss one, no problem! All webinars will be recorded and available on-demand.

 
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October 16, 2017 Maggie Tourtellotte - Digital Learning in the 6-12 Classroom ›
October 16, 2017 Linda Sangurima - Active Learning in the K-5 Social Studies Classroom ›
October 17, 2017 Kathy Swan - The Wizard of Inquiry: Finding your own ruby red slippers ›
To unlock the mystery of inquiry one must go on an arduous journey….Only the truly gifted educator will be able to complete this odyssey. Hyperbole aside, social studies teachers might be experiencing fatigue as inquiry teaching and learning can sometimes be made to seem akin to reaching educational enlightenment. But, experience shows us that inquiry is how we learn best. Rather than thinking of inquiry as something new, we will spend time making current practices of inquiry visible. Then, we will spend time delving more deeply into the Inquiry Design Model (IDM) (http://www.c3teachers.org/idm) and the way in which the model helps to support both teachers and students engaged in inquiry
October 18, 2017 Amy Winters - Utilizing C3 in the K-5 Social Studies Classroom ›
October 18, 2017 Juan Cabrera - Incorporating Complex Text and Primary Sources in the Classroom ›
This webinar will help you take the difficult task of incorporating complex text and primary sources into a successful one for your students. We will provide strategies, resources, and examples to help debunk the stigma that these items are too difficult for your students!
October 18, 2017 Michelle Hines - Literacy + Social Studies = Empowered Student Citizens ›
Create confident and independent citizens by applying metacognitive reading strategies to Social Studies texts. Use informational texts and primary sources to practice important critical thinking skills that build content and academic vocabulary development and encourages students to support arguments with evidence. Learn strategies for students to demonstrate understanding through reading, writing, listening, and speaking in the classroom and beyond!
October 19, 2017 Keishla Ceaser-Jones - Building Social Studies Across K-12 ›
October 19, 2017 Keishla Ceaser-Jones - Developing Respectful Civil Dialogue with Active Classroom Strategies in Social Studies ›
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On-Demand Elfrieda 'Freddy' Hiebert - The Role of Vocabulary Learning in Social Studies ›
All of the disciplines that are part of social studies, whether it’s history, economics, geography, or civics, are full of critical concepts. Critical concepts are represented by labels—that is, vocabulary. In this presentation, Freddy Hiebert will describe strategies for supporting students’ facility with vocabulary, while also deepening their knowledge of the big ideas and concepts of social studies.
On-Demand Keishla Ceaser-Jones - Engage the Brain & Increase Student Talk Time with Active Classroom Strategies ›
Who's doing most of the talking in your classroom? Learn strategies to increase the academic discourse in your Social Studies classrooms. This workshop will demonstrate how active classroom strategies can create interactive opportunities for students to think about and discuss social studies content. Participants will acquire strategies to integrate quick and easy energizer activities to increase class participation, deepen the level of discussion, and encourage students to justify their thinking with historical evidence.
On-Demand Kathy Swan - The Wizard of Inquiry: Finding your own ruby red slippers ›
To unlock the mystery of inquiry one must go on an arduous journey….Only the truly gifted educator will be able to complete this odyssey. Hyperbole aside, social studies teachers might be experiencing fatigue as inquiry teaching and learning can sometimes be made to seem akin to reaching educational enlightenment. But, experience shows us that inquiry is how we learn best. Rather than thinking of inquiry as something new, we will spend time making current practices of inquiry visible. Then, we will spend time delving more deeply into the Inquiry Design Model (IDM) (http://www.c3teachers.org/idm) and the way in which the model helps to support both teachers and students engaged in inquiry.
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