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How primary sources support current events lessons

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 22, 2016

Textbooks in many cases are unable to keep up with current events. Some social studies teachers look to primary sources to help teach current events, and some groups such as the Anti-Defamation League have developed lessons on current events that rely on primary documents. The Atlantic online (07/21)


Tips to help teachers address the Nov. elections

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 25, 2016

Using the maker movement in the classroom

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 22, 2016

How to help students become media literate

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2016

Ideas for integrating social media into instruction

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 25, 2016

Teachers share ideas on blending social studies, STEM

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 25, 2016

How educators can enhance global citizenship

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 22, 2016

NCSS Summer Workshop -- Strategies and Tools for Exceeding Expectations of the Common Core and C3

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 22, 2016

How to focus on outcomes of instructional design

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 22, 2016

Students set their own course to success in "transfer" school

NCSS SmartBrief | Jul 25, 2016


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