Social studies is an important subject for students in special education, as it provides them with an understanding of the world around them and the history, culture, and society of different groups of people.
Teaching about geographic themes and the topographic features of our earth has long been a staple of any social studies classroom.
In today’s world, data is everywhere.
A key understanding of teaching social studies is that the world around us is constantly changing.
Religion is influenced by geography and in turn can affect geography.
Just as the iPad revolutionized so many aspects of our daily lives, using an I.
When I began teaching personal financial literacy, I learned quickly that my student’s perceptions, interpretations, and beliefs about money were very different from my own.
Take a moment to think about all the ways we engage students inside and out of the classroom.
As Social Studies educators, we look at our job as preparing our students to be active and productive citizens once they leave the educational setting.
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