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Welcome to the 59th Annual California Council for the Social Studies Conference

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Saturday, February 29
 

TBA

Inquiring Minds What to Know: Transforming Wonder Into KnowledgeCathy Marston " Get On Your Soapbox: Empowering Youth Voice and Action"Erik Peterson • Ryan Stough Banned in America: Project based Learning EventBonnie Vigil-Potts • Dr. Antonia Vignocchi Creating an Immigrant Rights Dream Resource Center y MasJavier Gutierrez • Karen Jacobson Election Mania - Kids on the Campaign TrailPriscilla H. Porter Improving Social Awareness in the Social Studies ClassroomRachael Collins Interactive Constitution: Teaching the 1st Amendment through Storytelling and Civil DialogueSheila Edwards Laboratories of Democracy: Unleashing Freire’s Problem-Posing Education In Our ClassroomsSteven D. Drouin C-SPAN Classroom: Ready to Help You in Your ClassroomBrad Franca • Cindy Martinez Developing Engaged Citizens with Digital Field Trips and Place-Based Historical LearningMelanie Bowyer • Karalee Nakastuka • Alexandria Wood Advancing Well Rounded Students Through Digital LearningMariana Biagioni Analytical Tools - Cases and Continuums in Social StudiesGloria Hernandez Reinforcing Key ELA Skills in Your Social Studies InstructionSarah Garza Developing Visual Literacy Skills and Mastering DOK QuestioningBert Bower Go Global - Increase the PeaceDevin Beliveau Got Context?Teresa Hudock Activities for People and the Planet: 1820-2020 and BeyondHelen de la Maza Connecting the Dots: Learning from Explorer Alexander von HumboldtDr. Patrick Hunt "Animated History: Using Comics and Graphic Novels in the History Classroom "Richard Dean • Raphael Perez Can you breakout? Engaging, Immersive, and Active Learning with Breakout EDU!Stacy Yung Create a Culture of InquiryKathryn Byars Korean History for High SchoolJanet Mann No One Cares...How to Build Community in the ClassroomRaquel Solorzano-Duenas Reimagining the DBQ EssayStacy Yung "When We Were Colored, A Mother's Story" - The Black Middle ClassGinger Rutland 9/11 and Patriot Day: Engaging a New GenerationAmanda Bush • Connie Decapite A Socio-Political History of Rock and RollTeri Gerent • Laura Wendling Blastoff! Exploring the Connections Between Social Studies and Space ExplorationLori Meier Bring Social Studies Alive Through Project Based LearningJeremy Cavallaro • Carrie Gallison CIVICS: Creating-Inspired-Visionary-Independent Thinking-Citizens-in SocietyKathryn Karlen • Tracy Teagarden Making Sense of the Electoral College as We Look Ahead to 2020Abraham Antonio Ruelas, PhD Medal of Honor Character Development Program, Civic Values in the First PersonJason Robbins “A Real American”: Using USVI History to Teach the Declaration of IndependenceMegan Forbes Our Powerful California Stories: Localizing HistoryAmparo Chavez-Gonzalez Preparing Students for College, Career and Civics through Conversations about HistoryBetty Warring • Gabriel Enriquez Cold War Bomber Gap: Extrapolation Driven by FearStuart Criley Korean and Korean American HistoryJennifer Keil • Dr. Edward Park • Dr. John Park Mobilizing The Next Generation: Preparing Students For Engaged CitizenshipMichelle Herczog • Meg Honey • Dr. Martin Wattenberg • Keri Dogget Punk Attitude in the Social Science ClassroomHolly Royaltey Laying the Foundations of GreatnessJeremy Vaa • Circe Thompson How is the Legacy of Genocide Relevant Today?Mary Hendra

9:00am