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Summer Course on Using Inquiry and Primary Sources to Increase Access for ALL

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Published on Thu, 03/18/2021

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Amazing and student-empowering teacher-created lesson plans have been the result each time we offer this course! 

Our online graduate-level one-credit course, Accessing Inquiry for Students with Disabilities through Primary Sources, offered in a one-month self-scheduled span from July 9 to August 8, provides an opportunity to expand your comfort with finding and using primary sources to engage students of all abilities. Discuss strategies and tools with seasoned educators and creative colleagues around the country through the online discussions throughout the month. 

Discover new facets of the history and social studies topics you already teach that draw connections to the present-day challenges and self-determination of students on IEPs and 504 plans. Find out more and register to be part of this summer's exploration and conversation. 

 

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Alison Noyes

Assistant Director, Emerging America
Alison Noyes is the Assistant Director of the Emerging America program at the Collaborative for Educational Services. She has worked in the field of education for over 20 years, entering as a teacher of English Language learners and high school history, and working for many years with international students and college study abroad as a program director and assistant dean before returning to focus on engaging K-12 students.