Update on "2020 Conference"
Good Day New Hampshire Social Studies Teachers,
The New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies is pleased to announce a virtual conference in March and April 2021, offering exciting sessions for educators of all levels. The conference will be an 8-week webinar series held on Thursday afternoons beginning March 11th and ending April 22nd. Each session will include a presentation followed by an interactive discussion moderated by a NHCSS board member. We will then close with a brief introduction to free teaching resources from the presenter or other organization along the same theme.
The NHCSS Executive Board has worked thoughtfully and diligently to bring the teachers of New Hampshire a safe and equitable professional development opportunity which allows for greater flexibility and freedom to attend. As fellow educators, we appreciate the hard work and dedication that each of you are putting into your classrooms during these difficult times and look forward to your attendance!
Our keynote event will be free to all and open the series on Thursday, March 11th at 3:30 p.m. Dr. John Lee, from the University of North Carolina, will discuss bringing C3 and inquiry-based learning to New Hampshire. Following his presentation, we will discuss and begin the process of launching a New Hampshire HUB.
The registration fee for the entire series will be $100, which includes an annual New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies membership. As a member of NHCSS, you are entitled to the following benefits:
Registration will be available on the NHCSS website beginning in January 2021. Series events will also be available to download if you miss the live event. Please find the registration page at http://www.nhcss.org/conference-registration.html.
The schedule for the first two sessions is as follows:
March 11: Keynote Dr. John Lee presents the C3
Discussion: Launching the C3 in New Hampshire
Resources from: C3teachers.org
March 18: Dr. Danielle McGuire presents Bodily Integrity in the Civil Rights Movement
Discussion: How can teachers be anti-racist?
Resources from: New Hampshire Black Heritage Trail, Gilder Lehrman, and the Remedial Herstory Project
The NHCSS is offering a wide array of topics throughout the conference such as Empathy and World Geography, People Count: Understanding Demography in the Year of the Census, How can the NHCSS help you?, elementary social studies programs, and discussing controversial topics in the classroom.
The NHCSS sincerely hopes that this offering of a conference will benefit you and your students. Thank you all again for patience, flexibility, and commitment to social studies education in New Hampshire!
Curtis C. Roddy
Curtis C. Roddy, President, New Hampshire Council of the Social Studies
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