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History eNews from Emerging America - November 10, 2021

Published on Wed, 11/10/2021

New Mini-Units Will Integrate Disability History across K-12 Curriculum; Seeking teachers to pilot mini-units.  Free Teaching with Primary Sources Micro-credentials - Barat Foundation’s Citizen U micro-credentials on using primary sources, hosted by the National Education Association (NEA), and created in partnership with Emerging America, and Inquiry in the Upper Midwest. Includes Universal Design for Learning. Contact Julie Schaul re vouchers for non-NEA members:  PBS NewsHour Extra's Journalism in Action seeks teacher curriculum writers. Contact Victoria Pasquantonio -  

History eNews from Emerging America - September 8, 2021

Published on Wed, 09/08/2021

Develop a Mystery for Your Own K-5 Classroom Register for History’s Mysteries Institute ‡ Register for History’s Mysteries Intro Webinar NEWS “Closing the Gap in Civics for Students with Disabilities in Classrooms from K-12” – Read Rich Cairn’s blog post.  Massachusetts Civic Literacy Coalition Policy and Advocacy Fellow Allison Pao seeks Mass Civics teachers for a survey and/or interviews. (With stipends.) Contact Allison with questions: allisonpar@college.harvard.ed.   Read History’s Mysteries blog post on the history of Africatown.  Propose to present a workshop on your work with primary sources at the SOURCES conference, January 15 in Orlando! Apply by Sept. 30, 2021.  Propose to present a workshop at the National Council for History Education Conference March 17-19 in St. Louis. 
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