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The research is clear!
The use of primary sources as an instructional tool in the social studies classroom will engage students, encourage high levels of learning and raise test scores. But with so much to do and so little time, how can teachers know what strategies and resources work best?
Join other social studies teachers to find the answer to that question. As a certified state standards trainer and with experience working with Social Studies School Services and Teacher Created Materials trainers, Glenn will share both online and print materials with you and provide specific examples of how to use those resources with your students.
You will leave with ideas that can be used immediately in your classroom and the skills needed to begin developing your own activities.
Presentation Handouts & Resources
Presentation at Slideshare
DBQs - Fall 2014
DBQ handoutshttp://www.socialstudiescentral.com/sites/socialstudiescentral.com/files/dbq handouts.pd
Social Studies Central Primary Sources page
National Archives Digital Classroom
National Council for the Social Studies
Teaching History with Technology