2020 Indiana Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference: Developing Global Citizens

2020 Indiana Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference: Developing Global Citizens

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 7:00 PM (EST)
to Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 3:00 PM (EST)
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location

online hosted by the Indiana Historical Society
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States 46204

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Wednesday, October 21:  7pm or 9pm -- Two sessions each time

  • Courageous Conversations:  Building a Positive Classroom
  • Escape from the Ordinary with Digital Escape Rooms 
  • The OER Project:  Helping to Empower Young Citizens 
  • Developing Students Global Citizenship with Eyewitness Testimonies 

Thursday, October 22:  7pm or 9pm -- Two sessions each time
  • Global Connections in Action 
  • Using Digital Platforms to Teach Primary Sources: The Presidential Primary Sources Project 
  • Indiana Jazz Exchange 
  • Connecting Indiana to the National Narrative and Beyond through Project Based Learning 
Saturday, October 24: 8am -- Two sessions  and 10am- Keynote
  • “I don’t want everybody to vote”  Disenfranchisement ahead of the 2020 election  by Alex Cuenca, Indiana University 
  • Academic World Quest:  Becoming Global Citizens as High School Students  Panel Moderator: Janet I. Harris, Indiana Council on World Affairs. Panelists: John Carter, Instructional Coach / Teacher, Carmel High School; Troy Hammon, Teacher, Shortridge IB High School; and Nick Salemi, Teacher, Warren Central High School. 

10am Keynote
Lessons in Marginalism: Anything Worth Doing is not Worth Doing Well
 
Annual Awards Ceremony Follows Keynote
BONUS Professional Development Session Saturday, October 24 at 11:15 am 

Developing Global Citizens through Geo-Inquiry 
presented by Chassity Mahaska, Franklin Central High School & GENI 
National Geographic's Geo-Inquiry process puts students in the role of explorers and empowers them to investigate and change the world around them. Explorers are encouraged to look at issues from multiple perspectives, including both local and global.

 

location

online hosted by the Indiana Historical Society
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States 46204

Get directions »

Event hosted by

Indiana Council for the Social Studies
201 N INDIANA AVE
BLOOMINGTON, IN, 47408-4001
Elzabeth Osborn
eosborn@iu.edu

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