Dr. Annie Whitlock from the University of Michigan Flint talks about supporting social studies instruction with young learners.
Her google slide deck can be found here.
This webinar originally ran on May 11, 2020.
Gabrielle Likavec from the Michigan Geographic Alliance talks about ways to continue and further sound geography education via distance learning.
Her google slide deck can be found here. (Coming soon)
This webinar originally ran on May 18, 2020
Today's uncertainty and instability provide an opportunity to teach about the profound informative power of hope and agency - taking individual and cooperative action to effect positive change. Learn to teach about the Armenian Genocide, while providing students examples of personal choices of common citizens they can relate to their own lives. We will also explore the concept of remembrance and its influential role in our personal and public lives. This webinar was originally broadcast on Tuesday, May 11th from 5:00-6:30 p.m. A very special thank you to our partner, the Genocide Education Project for providing a night of amazing learning for the social studies teachers in Michigan. Visit their website: https://genocideeducation.org for more information.
This webinar originally ran on May 11, 2020
You're spent the school year mired in your content and suddenly you're forced to figure out how to finish it remotely. This session will provide practical strategies both for adapting social studies inquiry for on line and offline remote learning, and finishing your school year with a bang.
The Document upon which this webinar was based is available hereThis Webinar was recorded on June 1, 2020.