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The Future of

Social Studies

Fall Webinar Series

Register for The Future of Social Studies Webinar Series

9/23/21, 8:30 PM

The Future of Social Studies

The Future of Social Studies (Series Kickoff)

Join Lawrence Paska (Executive Director, NCSS), Natacha Scott (Director of Educator Engagement, iCivics), and Shanti Elangovan (Founder and CEO of inquirED), for a panel discussion about opportunities, obstacles, trends, and innovations in social studies instruction. Moderated by Sarah Schwartz of Education Week.

10/7/21, 8:30 PM

The Future of Social Studies

Beyond Polarization: Centering the Practice of Inquiry in Social Studies

Social studies has become the latest political wedge issue. How can the practice of inquiry help us move beyond polarization? Join us as we explore this topic with Ashley L. McCall (3rd Grade Educator; Teach Plus Board member), Dr. Emma Humphries (Chief Education Officier, iCivics), and Shanti Elangovan (inquirED Founder and CEO).

10/21/21, 8:30 PM

The Future of Social Studies

Implementing Elementary Social Studies: Best Practices from District Leaders

Join Sarah Milo Hoskow (inquirED’s Director of Partner Experience) and Melissa Seggelke (K-12 Social Studies Curriculum Specialist from Denver Public Schools) for an in-depth look at the most effective ways to roll out a new social studies curriculum in your school or district.

 

RESOURCES FOR REINVENTION

Start your Journey Toward Inquiry-Based Social Studies

 

CURRICULUM RUBRIC

Are you looking to evaluate social studies curriculum for adoption in your school or district? inquirED has created a curriculum review guide to help you to find high-quality instructional materials that engage students in inquiry and support teacher as they implement.  

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MAKING THE CASE

During this campaign, inquirED made the case for elementary social studies through a series of webinars co-hosted with the NCSS. Webinars  convened experts in literacy, policy, and curriculum to examine the power of early social studies instruction.

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CRE POSITION PAPER

Culturally Responsive Education seeks to connect classroom instruction to the familiar cultural information and processes of each student with an awareness and emphasis on historically marginalized students. View our position paper to find out more.

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PD & LEARNING VIDEOS

inquirED's Youtube channel features professional learning videos, webinars, and other helpful resources to help teachers and school leaders bring inquiry to life in their school and district. Make sure to hit subscribe to get updates and new videos!

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A New Vision for Curriculum

All students deserve high-quality instructional materials. 
Explore the resources below to find out more.

Explore Inquiry Journeys® 

inquirED's Inquiry-Based Elementary Social Studies Curriculum 

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Culturally Responsive Instruction

Strategies and resources help teachers connect instruction to the lived experiences of all students.

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Inquiry-Based Teaching & Learning

Units and lessons scaffold social studies knowledge and develop critical thinking, collaboration, and communication skills. 

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