Author:
Barbara Soots, Jerry Price, Kari Tally, Washington OSPI OER Project
Subject:
Arts and Humanities, Education, History, Social Science
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary, Middle School, High School
Tags:
  • TED-style Talk
  • WSCSS
  • Washington State Council for the Social Studies
  • wa-pd
  • wa-social-studies
  • License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Video

    Conference for Social Studies 2020

    Conference for Social Studies 2020

    Overview

    In these short TED-style talks, Washington social studies educators share their thinking and experiences with colleagues in Washington state and around the world.

    Introduction

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    The OC for Social Studies - On Demand Video Sessions

    OC for Social Studies

    The OER Conference for Social Studies was a free online professional development event structured to foster discussion around social studies teaching practices and how to adapt to teaching and learning in or out of the classroom. It combined asynchronous videos with live, online, moderated discussions.

    KEYNOTES

    Opening Keynote - John Green and Nate Bowling

     

    Online learning communities are indispensable to teachers right now. - Nate Bowling

    Keynote - Linda Darling Hammond

    This is a moment where teachers are teaching each other how to engage with the technology. - Linda Darling-Hammond

    Daily Keynote - Yohuru Williams

    John Lewis also gives students a charge, and I think this is a gift for history educators. - Yohuru Williams

    Daily Keynote - Jill Lepore

    What is it we can do as teachers that's consistent with how this [online] medium works? - Jill Lepore

     

    WATCH THE WHOLE SERIES OF TRACK TALK SESSION REPLAYS:

    DESIGNING ARGUMENTS WITH EVIDENCE

    THE POWER OF NARRATIVE

    ASSESSING HISTORICAL THINKING

    KNOWLEDGE BUILDING IN LITERACY

    WHY DOES HISTORY REALLY MATTER?

    ENGAGING CONVERSATIONS ONLINE AND OFF

    DESIGNING INQUIRY

    YOUNG CITIZENS

     

    Washington State Council for Social Studies - Video Playlist

    WSCSS collaborated with TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) to provide a Masterclass to social studies teachers in Washington State – preparing teachers to present and publish their best ideas in video format.

    In these short TED-style talks, Washington social studies educators share their thinking and experiences with colleagues in Washington state and around the world.

    Below is an example video. Visit the WSCSS TED Masterclass channel for more.

    Abbi Wonacott: Hands on history

    History should go beyond head knowledge to create a path the the heart and hands

     

    Attribution and License

    Attribution

    Cover image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay / adapted

    YouTube video screenshots used pursuant to fair use.

     

    License

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