Conferences and Meetings
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NCSS invites you, a leading education supplier, to collaborate with us, and discover a truly unique opportunity for repeated exposure to thousands of educators. Stand out from the crowd! Sponsorship is your opportunity to gain additional visibility and exposure. Sponsor an event or service at the 93rd NCSS Annual Conference. There are several opportunities to suit your needs and budget.
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Theme: "Ohio Schools in a Global Setting"
93rd NCSS Annual Conference
November 22-24, 2013, St. Louis, MO
The 93rd NCSS Annual Conference is your opportunity to rejuvenate your teaching strategies and collaborate with some of the leaders in social studies education. When you attend the conference, you will:
Learn from over 400 presentations by the leading social studies researchers and practitioners
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The 91st NCSS Annual Conference includes a number of special events, from such annual favorites as the welcome breakfast and Friday dance to many unique Washington offerings. Be sure to round out your conference schedule by attending one or more of these great social events. All ticketed options must be ordered while registering for the conference. --> read more »
Thanks to the generosity of ABC-CLIO and the University of South Florida College of Education, NCSS is pleased to announce that podcasts of selected keynote and featured sessions from the 2007 NCSS Annual Conference are available for download from iTunes U. --> read more »
Theme: “Teaching the 1950s and 1960s.”
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