Incorporating Civil Rights into Your Classroom – Richmond, IN
June 6 @ 09:00 - 15:00Free
Conducted by the Indiana Council for the Social Studies at the Morrisson-Reeves Library in Richmond, Indiana, this workshop is funded by the Library of Congress. In the morning, educators will learn how to locate and use Library of Congress resources while participating in hands-on activities. Learn techniques to guide your students in their understanding, evaluating, and using primary sources with an emphasis on civil rights in order to be better informed citizens.
In the afternoon, Sue King, Archivist of the Morrisson-Reeves Library will discuss local history resources available at the Library and at the Wayne County Historical Museum.
Participants from each of the five regional workshops will be recruited to create TPS presentations in a content area of their choosing to present within the TPS strand of the 2019 annual ICSS conference.
This workshop will help civic-minded educators develop engaged citizens by:
- Improving inquiry based teaching using the Library of Congress methodology
- Interacting with the free civics app Engaging Congress
- Learning about local primary sources
- Creating civil rights material to share with colleagues
Who Should Attend?
K-12 teachers–pre-service, public, private, charter, and the social studies curious.
Attendees will receive:
- Teaching with Primary Source Training
- Professional Growth Points (PGP)
- $50 Stipend
- Participants eligible to apply for scholarships to the ICSS conference November 15, 2019
Worship Facilitator: Dr Elizabeth R. Osborn
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Elizabeth Osborn, President of the Indiana Council for the Social Studies, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812.856.4706