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This two day workshop specializes in helping teachers design lesson plans and engage with students on challenging topics such as: Reconstruction, Civil Disobedience and Reform Movements, Constitutional Changes. This session will be hosted over the course of two days, October 9 – 10 from 9am to 4pm at 5800 Bell Street, Amarillo Texas.
This workshop proved teachers with instructional and technological strategies to make learning more engaging for modern students, primarily by drawing upon Web 2.0 technology. This session will be held at the FT Hancock ISD Administrative Offices in Fort Hancock, Texas on August 18 2017 from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
This workshop focuses on helping teachers expose themselves to and learn to utilize vocabulary to instruct students in a social studies classroom.  The ideal result is a learning environment in which students understand clearly what the vocabulary means and have a basis to use academic vocabulary in their own writings and research. This session will be hosted at 7145 West Tidwell, Houston, Texas on October...
This workshop centers on promoting higher levels of student engagement in social studies curriculum.  Teachers will learn and discuss learning techniques and management styles which will best help students engage with social studies more directly and understand its relevance without having the teacher be to focus of the experience. This session will be hosted at 7145 West Tidwell, Houston, Texas on October...
This brief lecture explores a variety of strategies to help students engage with research and other literacy-based components of a well-rounded social studies education. This session will be hosted at 7145 West Tidwell, Houston, Texas on November 1 2017 from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
This workshop introduces teachers to the Independent Investigation Method (IMM).  The IMM is a 7-step procedure for teaching students to engage with and apply research skill properly.  It focuses on a cross-curricular approach emphasizing inquiry driven education. This session will be hosted at 7145 West Tidwell, Houston, Texas on October 5 2017 from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
This workshop seeks to help teachers understand the best ways to implement Depth of Knowledge (DOK) practices into their lessons.  It provides clear, easy-to-use strategies to create clearer learning goals, academic vocabulary, and other ways to help students learn in the classroom. This session will be hosted at 7145 West Tidwell, Houston, Texas on October 12 2017 from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
This workshop is designed to help teachers better understand and adapt their own teaching styles to best aid students from all cultures.  It focuses on strategies to encourage, energize, and support students from diverse cultures and help teachers understand the impact of culture on success in the classroom. This session will be hosted at 7145 West Tidwell, Houston, Texas on November 2 2017 from 8:30am to...
This is a free workshop sponsored by the Texas State Library and Commission targeted at any TexShare library – particularly youth services staff, reference staff in public libraries and academic education libraries. CE Credit: 3 TSLAC CE hours Bring books to life! From videos filmed in authors’ studios, lesson plans, book trailers, and vocabulary lists get ready to access resources that will expand reading...
Discover resources and strategies for teaching Tejano history and culture and get a special educators tour of our new long-term exhibit Los Tejanos.
The Bullock Museum provides tools for educators. Educators can prepare for their visit to the Bullock Museum, or use these on-demand tools such as: *Campfire Stories ---Interact with Texans gathered around a campfire to share their stories. Students will discover how people shape Texas's past and future. Texas History Timeline: Let your students travel through the past in a sweeping journey through Texas history. *...
Audience: Grades K to 5 educatorsHow do I teach the new math financial literacy TEKS so that my students understand the concepts?How do I teach the social studies economics strand when I have never had an economics course?How do I connect real world experiences of economics and financial literacy so that my students “get” the concepts and develop skills? 
The DBQ Project offers one or two day workshops for teachers to help them demystify documents analysis and persuasive writing for their students. We introduce our Six Step DBQ Project Method and then guide teachers through a documents based question to show them how to use it. Teachers learn how to help students thoroughly analyze primary and secondary source documents and how to guide students to organize and write...
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