Putting the Connecticut Social Studies Frameworks into Action with Stephen Armstrong, Social Studies Consultant – CT State Department of Educaiton, Laura Krenicki, Global Education Consultant, & Krystal Rose, Mystic Seaport
Wednesday, September 30, 4-6 pm
During this workshop participants will discuss how the social studies frameworks can be effectively utilized by schools and museums as they evaluate the ways they educate students. The inquiry arc will be analyzed in great detail, with attention given to approaches to getting students to ask compelling questions. Methods to promote effective collaboration, both between students and educators, will also be a focus of this session. Leave with a Mystic Seaport inquiry-based lesson plan using objects from the Museum collection, featured on the Mystic Seaport for Educators primary source website! Pizza will be provided!
Contact Krystal Rose with more questions or to reserve your spot! Location directions given after reservations are made.
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