EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 7, Issue 27 for September 30, 2020 NEWS RECOMMENDED: Northeast Regional Conference for the Social Studies (NERC) 2020 will be online! - October 4-14 - Info & Register. An impressive program! Free. Easy to participate. Teaching Tolerance Resources on Voter Suppression.
Date: Sep 30 2020
Date: Sep 22 2020
In celebration of our new course on teaching disability history in the K-12 classroom, we invited Wendy Harris, a teacher at a school for the Deaf with expertise in teaching DeafBlind students, to share her thoughts about disability with us. The topic of Deafness as a disability gives the opportunity to begin with an exploration of the conception of DISABILITY itself, and the question of what abil…
Date: Sep 21 2020
Teaching History’s Mysteries - Elementary Inquiry
Presenters: Kelley Brown, Laurie Risler, Alison Noyes
Date/Time of Session: Monday, October 19, 2020, 3:00 p.m.
Date: Sep 16 2020
September 23-24 Massachusetts DESE Virtual Civic Engagement Conference. Emerging America workshop on students with disabilities and civic engagement Sept. 24 - 6:30pm. NERC online - October 4-14 The Library of Congress updated its Teacher's Page: www.loc.gov/programs/teachers. Watch recorded intro webinar. History's Mysteries K-5 Curriculum - investigate migration, citizenship, the First Amendm…
Date: Sep 2 2020
EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 7, Issue 25 for September 2, 2020 NEWS BLACK COMMUNITIES AND AGENCY - Online fall grad course with Kelley Brown and Amilcar Shabazz! Info & Registration. New Grade 1 lessons deepen the exploration of George Washington in Emerging America’s free K-5 curriculum, History’s Mysteries: "How do communities make good decisions?" and "What makes a good leader?…