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GBH Education is seeking feedback from educators on the usage of an existing collection of digital resources for teaching literature, English language arts (ELA) and history in grades 6-12.
The University of Louisville’s McConnell Center is accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year’s Teacher Scholar Program. The in-person and online hybrid professional development and networking opportunity is for select Kentucky educators looking to increase their content knowledge in American history, civics and political culture.
The Frazier History Museum, located on Museum Row in downtown Louisville, is offering a selection of fun and engaging learning options during the summer, many at no cost. In addition, a new menu of virtual programs allows for a further reach throughout the state.
One of the most important components of our job as social studies educators is to ensure that our students are prepared to engage with the issues of the day through the knowledge and tools that we provide them.
As stated in the Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS) for Social Studies, the goal of social studies education is for children to “develop thinking and decision-making skills that prepare them for responsible citizenship in a democratic society.” Hearing from and learning about diverse groups in the Americas is critical to reaching this goal.
2020 was an overwhelming year for educators, and non-traditional instruction/ differentiated distance learning posed new challenges.
The National Resource Centers on Canada is inviting all K-12 educators to participate in two free webinars on Black Canadian history and pedagogy. The two sessions will be hosted by Natasha Henry, award winning curriculum designer and historian.
We live from moment to moment. Moments of joy, of sorrow, of healing. Faced with challenging and uncertain times, our actions and choices in this moment will define us.
A unique opportunity is available for K-12 social studies teachers to learn how to implement assignments strongly aligned to the Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS) for Social Studies using the Social Studies Student Assignment Library.
George Washington’s Mount Vernon is accepting applications for their 2021-2022 Teacher Fellowships.