2018 Conference Schedule at a Glance
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The Journey Continues: Your Place in the Standards
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Sunday, September 30 (Pre-conference clinics)
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9:00 - 3:00Skinner CTeaching American History Seminar on Supreme Court Cases that Changed America
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10:00 - 5:00Skinner BSocial Studies and Agriculture
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Monday, October 1
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TimeSkinner BSkinner CSalon 1Salon 2Salon 3Polk CountyGrandquist
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7:30 - 8:15Registration & Continental Breakfast
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8:15 - 9:00 Breakout 1Buxton, Iowa: A Lost UtopiaCivil Discourse in a Digital WorldOne's School's Journey to Standards Referenced Grading in Social StudiesQuestioning to LearnMore than Mandela: Teaching South Africa from WWI to Today Next Gen Personal FinancePrimary Source Sets: Connecting Iowa and Larger Historical Narratives to the Standards
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9:05 - 10:05Keynote: Jim Percoco (Ballroom)
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10:05 - 10:25Visit Exhibitors (Atrium)/Poster Sessions (Skinner C)/Book Signing (Ballroom)
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10:30 - 11:15 Breakout 2Disciplinary Literacy and Inquiry: Helping Students Generate and Answer QuestionsIowa Resources Speed DatingBreakout EDU in the Social Studies ClassroomCreative Curriculum for a Crowded WorldOpen Educational Resources & Social StudiesThe State of Social Studies 2018Supreme Court Report
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11:20- 12:35Lunch & Awards, NCSS President (Ballroom)
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12:40 - 1:35 Breakout 3Beyond Ellis Island: Teaching State and National Immigration from the Last CenturyAgriCULTURE: History, Economics, and GeographyBecome a Nat Geo Certified EducatorImprove Your Sifter! Sifting through OER (Open Educational Resources) Utilizing Digitized Oregon Trail and Gold Rush Diaries in Social Studies CurriculumLearning by Playing HistoryIncrease Student Engagement with IPTV & PBS Digital Resources
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1:40 - 1:55Visit Exhibitors/Snack Break
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1:55 - 2:40 Breakout 4Counting on People: Elementary Activities for Global CitizenshipCrime Scene Investigation: Analyze the Evidence; Solve the Mystery. Help to Engage Your Middle School StudentsThe Big History Project: An Interdisciplinary Approach Stress Free Solutions to New StandardsTeaching through Simulation: Ellis Island from the Immigrant PerspectiveGeo-Inquiry: Pre-Service Student Development ExperiencesDeveloping Critical Thinkers with Brief and Long Writing
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2:50 - 3:35 Breakout 5Teaching Social Studies with Stories that StickSocial Justice in the Social Studies ClassroomFight for America’s Wildlife: Building an Understanding through the Cartoons of Jay N. “Ding” DarlingI Have a Text Set: Now What?The Winner's Playbook to Successful Project Based LearningTeaching Financial Literacy Standards with EverFiTeaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict with Primary Sources
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3:45 - 4:00Prize Drawing
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4:00 - 4:45Annual Business Meeting (Grandquist)
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