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Friday, February 28 • 11:20am - 12:20pm
The C3 Framework: Breaking Down the Silos

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The presenters will discuss the causes of the American Revolution from the civics, economics, and geographic perspectives and then demonstrate the blending of the three disciplines to create a "story well told" demonstrating implementation of the standards and framework.


Jim Charkins

California Council for Economics Education
Jim Charkins - Chief academic officer, California Council on Economic Education, Founding Board member, California Association of School Economics Teachers, 2012 Hilda Tabba Award Winner, 2014 National Council on Economic Education Adam Smith Award winner, member California History/Social... Read More →
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Michelle Herczog

Coordinator III, History-Social Science, Los Angeles County Office of Education
Michelle Herczog is responsible for providing professional development, resources, and support for K-12 social studies educators throughout the 80 school districts of Los Angeles County.  She is a Past President of the National Council for the Social Studies and served as Vice-Chair... Read More →
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Tom Herman

California Geographic Alliance
Tom Herman is the Director of the California Geographic Alliance and Research Fellow at San Diego State University.

Friday February 28, 2020 11:20am - 12:20pm PST
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