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11/19/2018 11:23:15Mary Ellen DaneelsFriday Nov 3011:30-12:30
Columbus Hall KL, Ballroom Level, East Tower
From Policy to Practice: Reflections on Standards and Civics Course Implementation in Illinois
Engage with members of the #CivicsIsBack campaign to learn
lessons from the field on how to seed instructional shifts in
implementing the new Illinois high school civics course.
Shawn Healy, Mary Ellen Daneels, Robert R. McCormick
Foundation, Chicago, IL; Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, CIRCLE, Tufts
University, Medford, MA
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11/19/2018 11:26:40Mary Ellen DaneelsSat Dec 14-5 p.m.
Grand Ballroom A, Ballroom Level, East Tower
Empowering Civic Engagement through Gameplay: PolitiCraft
Experience how PolitiCraft, an action civics card game
for elementary, middle, and high school levels, can help
students expand their vision of civic engagement and
promote understanding and collaboration.
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11/19/2018 12:05:56Joe SchmidtSat Dec 12:45-3:45pm
Acapulco, Ballroom Level
Disciplinary Literacy and Integration: Elementary My Dear Watson
Find out how to keep disciplinary literacy and integration of social studies in elementary schools true to what social studies is and not become just more time for reading.
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11/19/2018 12:22:34Stefanie WagerFriday Nov 302:45-3:15
Gold Coast, Concourse Level, West Tower
The Power of Text Sets: Teaching Students to Question History
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11/19/2018 12:23:19Stefanie WagerSat Dec 111:30-12:30
Regency A, Ballroom Level, West Tower,
Civil Liberties Today: Does Korematsu Still Matter?
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11/19/2018 12:48:19JoAnn WoodFriday Nov 30
10:15 - 11:15 (early grades is 9-10)
Regency A, Ballroom level, West Tower, Hyatt Regenccy
Carter Woodson and Notable Tradebooks: Engaging Upper Elementary/Middle Lesson Plans!
I'm part of the early childhood/elementary community's annual sessions on notable/Carter Woodson titles based lesson plan sharing session. Team presentation and book giveaway. :-)
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11/19/2018 17:50:44Scott AbbottSat Dec 110:15-11:15am
Acapulco, Ballroom Level, West Tower, Hyatt Regency Chicago
5E in DC: Daily Inquiry Lessons from the Nation’s Capital
Participants will be able to analyze how 5E lesson design sparks and sustains students’ inquiry by examining exemplar lesson plans developed from compelling and supporting questions. In this session, we will walk through the broad strokes of 5E lessons and how we have used them in DC to promote the C3 Framework instructional shifts.
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11/19/2018 17:51:54Scott AbbottSat Dec 12:45-3:45pm
Columbus CD, Ballroom Level, East Tower, Hyatt Regency Chicago
Maximize your Impact! Leveraging Partnerships to Enhance Social Studies Education
Learn the principles and practices necessary to maximize the impact of effective partnerships through the case study of National Geographic’s district support in Hawaii and Washington, D.C.
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11/20/2018 7:26:11Michael DiPierroSat Dec 14-5PM
Plaza A, Lobby Level, East Tower
Leveraging Title IV Part A Funding for Social Studies Education
Informational session with some brainstorming opportunities and related resources for action planning.
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11/20/2018 10:36:02Stephanie HartmanSat Dec 110:15 - 11:15amCrystal A, Lobby Level.
Empowering Bilingual Students Through Stories of the Past
This session will explore the inquiry experience we created for a class of 3rd graders using a “hidden history” of our state. We will share how we moved beyond the textbook and found the “hidden history” as well as how we drew upon the theory of transcaring and culturally transforming pedagogy to harness the linguistic and cultural strengths of the students in order to promote their learning of history. Moreover, we will share how we framed our inquiry using the tenets of the C3 framework--promoting students to become active inquires of the past instead of passive listeners.
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