Inland Empire Council for the Social Studies
        Bringing Social Studies to Teachers in the Inland Empire

              A California Council for the Social Studies Affiliate




   

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A California Council for the Social Studies Affiliate                          

H-SS Network Share-a-thon

  • 03 Feb 2014
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Ontario Museum of History and Art, 225 South Euclid Avenue Ontario, CA 91762

Registration

  • Join social studies educators from Riverside, San Bernardino, and Eastern LA Counties in this mini conference of shared great ideas. Bring an idea and be prepared to share about it for 10 minutes. Bring samples of student work if appropriate, and the classroom set up strategies that made the activity successful.

Registration is closed

Join social studies teachers from Riverside, San Bernardino and Eastern LA Counties for a share-a-thon of ideas that you have used successfully with your classes. These ideas could include successful strategies to motivate student participation, ways you have begun to incorporate and integrate Common Core ELA Standards into history-social science, ideas for improving student understanding of abstract and/or complex ideas, successful ways to build social studies learning for English Learners, and much more. We are tapping our Teachers of Excellence Award Winners to present, but are open to any teachers with great ideas to make a brief presentation. The only limit is that you need to be able to explain your idea/strategy in 10 minutes.  

If there is time we also want to explore the museum. The exhibit on John Muir will be closed by February 3rd and the next special exhibit may not be installed. However, there are two interpretive exhibits within the south wing that focus on local and regional history: Road Ways, and Gem of the Foothills

Please register so we'll know how many refreshments and handouts to bring. Indicate whether you want to present or just attend.

Registration Deadline: Friday, January 24, 2014

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