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Posts categorised under ‘Social Studies’

Why Voting Carries a Profound Meaning

A lot of young people are cynical about politics. We often hear that “it’s all...
Dan Shea
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By Dan Shea | 30 Oct
Keishla Ceaser-Jones
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By Keishla Ceaser-Jones | 30 Apr

How Philosophical Chairs Can Teach the Importance of Tolerance

With so much going on in our world today, there is a need...
Kelisa Wing
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By Kelisa Wing | 5 Mar

What does Inquiry look like in Social Studies?

What does inquiry look like?  Though often used,...
Kathy Swan
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By Kathy Swan | 8 Nov 17

Effective Reading Scaffolding Strategies for Social Studies

With the ever-increasing rigor and expectations in reading...
Teresa Morrison
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By Teresa Morrison | 8 Nov 17

Engage the Brain with Active Learning Strategies

As a former social studies teacher, I know how impressed...
Keishla Ceaser-Jones
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By Keishla Ceaser-Jones | 18 Sep 17

Olympics in the Social Studies Classroom

The Olympics shine a spotlight on the international stage,...
Jordan Catapano
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By Jordan Catapano | 15 Aug 16

In Defense of Studying Social Studies

As someone employed in a social studies field, you are aware of how studying one of these...
Carly Muetterties
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By Carly Muetterties | 1 Aug 16