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The 2018 Kansas Social Studies conference targets the teaching and learning of historical thinking skills and assessments with a special focus on creating civically engaged students. You’ll be hanging out at the Lyon County History Center and the campus of Emporia State University with a couple hundred other social studies teachers
And you’ll walk away smarter with new details about civic engagement strategies, tech integration tools, and current best practice. This is something you don’t want to miss!
The Stanford History Education Group has been providing high quality teaching and assessment resources for 16 years with over 5 million downloads since 2002. SHEG executive director Joe Breakstone has been instrumental in the development of those resources and will be delivering the conference keynote.
During his keynote, Joel will be highlighting the latest SHEG resource – Civic Online Reasoning lessons designed to navigate the digital landscape and create smarter, better citizens.
Catch Joel Sunday night as he opens our evening reception. He’ll also provide two breakout sessions on Monday focusing on quality instruction and assessment.
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