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Maine

Maine educators have needs that are unique and different from other states. That’s why we made this page just for you and your needs as a social studies professional.

Events
April 8, 2024
Maine Council for Social Studies
Session 1
Seeing Is Believing: Developing Visual Literacy Skills to Support Student Learning

Learn more about engaging products made specifically for your state.

Maine Shaded Relief Map

This full-color state map includes shaded-relief topography, county names and borders, major and capital cities, main rivers, and other large bodies of water. It includes insets providing a state flag, a locator map (within North America), a table of statistics, and text with high-interest historical, anecdotal, and geographical information.

Discover More Professional Learning Opportunities

Social Studies School Service utilizes district goals and data to personalize supports, and to develop and facilitate professional learning opportunities that build capacity around instructional practice, resource implementation, teacher transfer, and social studies leaderships.

Meet your state curriculum specialist
Emily Thomas
Maine Curriculum Specialist
Emily has worked in Education supporting K-12 curriculum and Higher Ed for the last 10 years. She enjoys working with administrators and teachers to help support their classrooms with engaging, hands-on social studies materials to spark students’ interest in learning about the world around them. Emily and her son live in Saratoga, NY. Emily and her family enjoy vacationing to Disney and taking cruises around the world. Emily is a huge supporter of fostering dogs and is a volunteer with The Sato Project where she has helped numerous dogs find their forever home and even had the opportunity to attend Puppy Bowl the last couple years. During her free time, you will find her bike riding, attending concerts and spending time with family and friends.