2020-2021 Capital Region CLIC Virtual Series

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2020-2021 Capital Region CLIC Virtual Series

We are partnering with the Sacramento and Placer County Offices of Education to take our CLIC Capital Region Community of Practice virtual for the 2020-2021 school year. We are excited to offer a series of sessions that aim to:

  • Improve teacher capacity to implement California's History-Social Science Framework
  • Explore disciplinary best practices in distance and hybrid learning
  • Continue to develop our regional professional network

 

Next Session

May 12: 3:30 - 5:00 pm: Teaching California: Bringing Archives into the Classroom

 

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Teaching California is a project of the California Historical Society, in partnership with the California History Social Science Project. Expert historians and educators have curated a vast collection of primary sources to develop K 12 inquiry sets aligned to the California History-Social Science Framework. Teaching California takes these resources and has developed teacher and student notes, activities and other tools that will help guide educators through a research based approach to improving student reading, writing and critical thinking.

Drs. Beth Slutsky and Tuyen Tran will introduce participants to the new and exciting resources from Teaching California. Participants will  be provided with an introduction to the available resources, take a deeper dive into the content of select inquiry sets, and have time to
collaboratively explore the resources most relevant to their teaching context.

 

 

 

Registration:

FREE registration at: https://bit.ly/3thYpHq (Note: search by event date if it doesn't pop-up). 
Zoom links provided upon registration. 

 

Previous Sessions: 

April 28: The Queer History of the Suffrage Movement

April 14th: Using Picture Books to Spark Historical Inquiry

March 24: Developing an Antiracist Mindset with Kenneth Mason, Gwen Lei, and Lisa McNair

March 17: Grading Smarter Not Harder: "Authentic Assessment Practices in History-Social Science"

February 24: "I Would Carry a Sign:" Young People Challenge Jim Crow," with Dr. Paula Austin

February 10: The 1619 Project with Fareed Mostoufi, Associate Director of Education at the Pulitzer Center

November 18: "The Child Should be Encouraged to Stretch" Centering California Indian Cultures, Histories, and Voices with Dr. Rose Soza War Soldier and Dr. Kishan Lara-Cooper

October 28: Implementing Inquiry through Distance Learning

October 14: Visible Learning for Social Studies

September 30: Distance Learning Routines

September 16: Prioritizing HSS Content in Distance Learning

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