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Select a workshop below for further information. For workshops open for registration see current workshops.

All workshops are currently offered ONLINE with a combination of live webinars and off-line material.

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Accessing Inquiry for Students with Disabilities through Primary Sources

Approaches for struggling learners that increase access and motivation for all students.

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Accessing Inquiry for English Learners through Primary Sources

Dual-language-learner-friendly methods using immigrant history content to engage English Learners.

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America and World Fascism

What is fascism? Before World War II, idealistic Americans fought in Spain against General Franco's fascist rebels. WWII to today.

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Teaching Disability History in the K-12 Classroom

Trace the remarkable story of reform, endurance, and empowerment. Sample the Reform to Equal Rights: K-12 Disability History Curriculum. 

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Teaching the US Constitution
Innovative and advanced content learning combined with primary source lesson development guidance. Master teacher Kelley Brown with renowned Constitutional scholars.
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Accessing Civic Engagement for Students with Disabilities

How will students with disabilities fully participate in new student-led civic engagement projects? 

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Immigration Issues in Perspective for Diverse Students
Explore the history of immigration from America's origins to contemporary issues. Engage diverse learners. 
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Integrating Civic Engagement Projects Across the Curriculum

Plan an effective student-led civic engagement project, and unpack Massachusetts Civics guidance.

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Teaching Grades K-5 Social Studies with iCivics' Private i History Detectives

Historical thinking, inquiry based teaching, and compelling historical questions for K-5 classrooms.

Upcoming Workshops

This course introduces exemplars of best practice pedagogy for English Learners in History and Social Studies classrooms. It demonstrates dual-language-learner-…
Emerging America and the National Council for the Social Studies present a webinar to strengthen high quality instruction of students with disabilities.  Mark…
National Council for the Social Studies Conference - December 1-3, 2023 - Nashville Mark your calendars! Info on NCSS Conference.  Join thousands of colleag…