Are leaders creating opportunities that will ensure that the next generation of educators has a sound foundation to stand on? Are we building capacity to create the next generation of change agents? I posed this very question to my colleagues some time ago.
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.
Inspiring students is crucial for their academic, personal, and professional growth, particularly as students progress into the secondary level.
In today’s world, data is everywhere.
After the events of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, an interesting phenomenon occurred in the town where I lived.
A key part of the C3 inquiry process and social studies curriculum is teaching students how to take informed action.
As an effort to support our Social Studies Service community of administrators and educators, we are now providing transcripts of our webinars.
Educating students today should focus on educational and cultural equity along with academics.
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