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Date: Nov 4 2020
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 7, Issue 30 for November 4, 2020 NEWS The Library of Congress is offering Virtual Workshops for Students.  The Mass Dept. of Elementary & Secondary Ed (DESE) opened a new History & Social Science resource page.  The page has a new Civics Project Guidebook 2.0, including for Remote Learning and Civics Projects.  Nov. 16 - DESE-led “Civics Proje…
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Date: Oct 21 2020
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 7, Issue 29 for October 21, 2020

 

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Date: Oct 7 2020
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 7, Issue 27 for October 7, 2020 NEWS

RECOMMENDED: Northeast Regional Conference for the Social Studies (NERC) 2020 will be online!

Colorful book cover shows a drawing of a girl, blonde hair falling over a sky blue sweatband on her forehead, pulling herself forward with her arms on a grey stone step, only her head, shoulders and arms visible. Blurred crowds are visible on both sides of her. Above her are the words "All the Way to the Top".
Date: Oct 2 2020
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Pairing Picture Books with Primary Sources: Primary Source Sets from Missouri School Librarian Tom Bober Feature Disability History Bober’s new Primary Source Podcast compliments his KnowledgeQuest blog posts on picture books and primary sources

People familiar with the work of Emerging America will know that our Accessing Inquiry project and clearinghouse of resources offers one of the best…

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Date: Sep 30 2020
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  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.
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Date: Sep 22 2020
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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…
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Date: Sep 21 2020
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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.

 

Live webinar

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Date: Sep 16 2020
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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…
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Date: Sep 2 2020
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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?…
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Date: Aug 19 2020
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 7, Issue 24 for August 19, 2020 NEWS

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?"