Teaching with Primary Sources Workshop: Focus on Student Inquiry (Bloomington, IN)
Join the Office of eLearning and Dr. Osborn on April 16, 2019 for this full day workshop that will focus on utilizing the primary sources found on the Library of Congress website and how these resources can help promote student inquiry in the classroom.
As a representative example of how to incorporate primary sources into your teaching, participants will explore materials related to the year Little Rock, Arkansas closed their high schools instead of integrating them. Explore how the school board employed what could be considered the first eLearning day, and discover text materials useful for literacy integration. Prepare to teach a civics lesson by exploring the actions every day citizens took to get their schools re-opened. The methodologies and activities from this workshop will be transferable to all grade levels and content areas.
This is a FREE workshop offered by the Office of eLearning. The Office will also cover sub costs for teacher participants. Lunch and travel are on your own.
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How do you currently deliver digital content to your students if applicable?
Will your participation in this workshop require your district to obtain a substitute teacher for you?
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