Pre-service and current elementary school teachers in a graduate social studies course utilized digital storytelling to document and accurately portray the first-person narratives of international students from multiple countries.
Join us for a panel discussion of current issues regarding academic freedom and teaching.
A collaborative teaching model demonstrates integration of several academic disciplines focusing on education and social justice across time, place, and vulnerable populations through critical thinking, literacy, reflection, and artful expression.
Built on the premise that the shortest distance between two people is a story, this presentation shows how to use the tools of a fiction writer to teach history.
Bruce Springsteen's songs "Sinaloa Cowboys" and "The Line" can provide opportunities to discuss the pull and push factors related to immigration. Presenters will share middle-school students' responses to these songs.
The emphasis and treatment of religious diversity in P-12 social studies classrooms is presented based on a national social studies survey that included over 10,000 respondents.
This presentation is about Zoroaster's Songs and the experiences of the Zoroastrians who have immigrated to the United States from Iran.
Information no longer needs to be presented in a linear fashion. Learn how to create non-linear video presentations where the viewer can select a unique path through linked videos.
Working with a historical society, professional archeologists, and schools, this session provides a practical story as to how one might incorporate active archeological research into the curriculum.
Session will share resources for exploring the balance between civility and free expression in today's world. Participants receive program ideas, including video discussion starters, for customizable use with students.