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Sunday, March 1 • 9:40am - 11:10am
Using Simulation to Teach Human Rights, Dignity, and Respect for Differences

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Actively engage in simulation activities about concepts of freedom of conscience, human dignity, and respect for the rights of all people to live together peacefully.  It is aligned with the core concept of human rights, religion and history for grades K through 12. Methodologies and tools will be provided to use in the classroom to articulating these concepts to students. 


Cecilia Blankenship

Hardwired, Inc.
Cecilia Blankenship, M.S., spent forty-nine years in formal education settings teaching children from pre-school through early high-school. Twenty-five years were in administration or a combination of administration and classroom teaching. The last five years were as principal of... Read More →
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Dr. Mary Anne Rea-Ramirez

Educational specialist, Hardwired, Inc
Dr. Mary Anne Rea-Ramirez is an educational specialist for Hardwired who has over 20 years of experience as an expert in conceptual change, program and curriculum development, cognitive learning strategies, and research in studies of model-based learning and innovative pedagogy.  Dr... Read More →

Sunday March 1, 2020 9:40am - 11:10am PST
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