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  • 1. Professional Development Vision for Social Studies in the 21st Century 2010 NCSS Conference Denver, CO Presented By Karlye Mull, Clark County School District Stephanie Hartman, Nevada DOE CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Why Create a 21st Century PD Vision? 2008 Nevada Revised State Social Studies Standards. Emphasis on content AND social studies skills skills. Geographically large state and school districts. CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Creating 21st Century Social Studies PD: Collaboration and Technology Creating a Professional Learning Network (PLN) Blog Centra Google Docs and Forms Slideshare Twitter CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 1
  • 2. Blog kjmull.edublogs.org CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Centra centra.ccsd.net Online classroom Requires a computer, speakers, microphone Excellent for geographically dispersed areas Examples: E l Eva Kor State-wide meetings Collaboration CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Centra cont… http://centra01.ccsd.net/GA/main/000001d81ec900000122b0b04f158b3e CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 2
  • 3. Google Docs www.google.com CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Google Forms CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Google Forms cont… CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 3
  • 4. Slideshare www.slideshare.net CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Twitter www.twitter.com CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Additional Examples of Collaboration… Law Day Live Twitter and video conferencing http://lawday.nevadajudiciary.us/index.php/lawdaylive NHD Winners Workshop Skype CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 4
  • 5. Creating 21st Century Social Studies PD: Creating Historical Thinkers Activities and strategies that promote critical thinking and historical analysis National History Day We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution Project Citizen Partnership for 21st Century Skills Research-based content area literacy strategies CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies National History Day Students who participate in NHD … are better writers, who write with a purpose and real voice are critical thinkers who can digest, analyze and g y synthesize information are better prepared to do college-level research perform better on standardized tests than their peers who did not participate in NHD have a more mature perspective on current events CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Center for Civic Education We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution In-depth study of the United States Constitution in 5th, 7th, and 12th grades. Project Citizen Project-based learning in public policy for middle and high school students CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 5
  • 6. Partnership for 21st Century Skills Framework for 21st Century Learning (h) Learning and Innovation Information, media, and technology skills Life and career skills Embed concepts into curriculum and professional development CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Research-based Content Area Literacy Strategies Big 11 Skills (h) Big 11 embedded into objectives (h) Social Studies Appendix (h) Multiple Sources Multiple Perspectives (h) CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Demonstrate Importance of Social Studies in Supporting Literacy Common Core Standards Collaboration with ELA teachers Creating college-ready students CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 6
  • 7. www.polleverywhere.com What is one “take away” you are leaving with today that you can implement in your social studies professional development plan? CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Today’s PowerPoint and Handouts For a copy of today’s PowerPoint and handouts, please take one of our business cards. The attached paper lists the Slideshare link to access all handouts. CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies Thank you! If you would like to contact us with questions: Karlye Mull, Clark County School District kjmull@interact.ccsd.net Stephanie Hartman, Nevada DOE shartman@doe.nv.gov CPDD, Literacy Services K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 7
  • 8. New Social Studies Syllabi and the Big Eleven  21st Century Skills embedded in the Social Studies Syllabi THE BIG ELEVEN 1. BY UTILIZING TEXT READING STRATEGIES. 2. BY APPLYING WRITING STRATEGIES. 3. BY RESPONDING TO HISTORICAL TEXT/LITERATURE. 4. BY UTILIZING AND/OR CREATING MAPS, GRAPHS, AND DIAGRAMS. 5. BY CONDUCTING RESEARCH. 6. BY UTILIZING AND/OR INTERPRETING PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES. 7. BY SEEKING INFORMATION FROM VARIED SOURCES TO DEVELOP INFORMED OPINIONS. 8. BY COLLABORATING WITH PEERS. 9. BY PRESENTING INFORMATION ORALLY, IN WRITING, AND/OR THROUGH TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATIONS. 10. BY UTILIZING TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES. 11. BY PROVIDING CONTEMPORARY EXAMPLES. Curriculum and Professional Development Division August 2010 K-12 Social Studies    11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 8
  • 9. New Social Studies Syllabi and the Big Eleven Utilizing the Big Eleven Strategies in the Social Studies Core Syllabi 3.2 STUDENTS WILL DESCRIBE KEY EVENTS WHICH PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE STRUGGLE FOR THE EXPANSION OF AFRICAN AMERICAN RIGHTS DURING THE LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIES BY UTILIZING TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES. BIG 11 SKILL  (2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10) [NS: H3.(9-12).1, H3.(9-12).6] 3.2.C CULTURAL CONNECTION: Using primary source documents and Multiple Sources-Multiple Perspectives*, students will evaluate the impact of the Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws on African-Americans living in the South. Students will summarize their findings by creating a digital essay*. 3.5 STUDENTS WILL EXAMINE THE RIGHTS OF CITIZENS AND HOW THESE RIGHTS ARE PROTECTED AND RESTRICTED INCLUDING FEDERAL AND STATE CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS, REGULATIONS OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO PROTECT INVESTORS, BORROWERS’ RIGHTS ON CREDIT REPORTS, AND FEDERAL AND STATE CREDIT PROTECTION LAWS BY APPLYING WRITING STRATEGIES. BIG 11 SKILL  (2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10) [NS: C13.(9-12).6] 3.5.F SUGGESTION: Using a Compare/Contrast Y-Chart*, students will analyze the similarities and differences between federal and state consumer protection laws. 7.4 STUDENTS WILL SUMMARIZE THE GOVERNMENT’S EXPENDITURES IN THE AREAS OF ENTITLEMENTS, NATIONAL DEFENSE, AND NATIONAL DEBT BY PROVIDING BIG 11 SKILL  CONTEMPORARY EXAMPLES. (1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) [NS: E11.(9-12).6; C14.(9-12).11] 7.4.A SUGGESTION: Students will analyze a political cartoon that depicts concerns regarding government spending by writing commentary on a Table Top Blog*. Strategies included in the Appendix are highlighted in red and marked with an *. Curriculum and Professional Development Division August 2010 K-12 Social Studies   11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 9
  • 10. Social Studies Appendix Appendix Table of Contents 3-2-1 ........................................................................................................................1 ABC Chart ...............................................................................................................2 ABC CLIO Database ...............................................................................................3 Admit Slip ................................................................................................................5 Alike but Different ....................................................................................................6 Analyzing Political Cartoons ....................................................................................7 Analyzing Primary Sources .....................................................................................9 Annotated Timeline .............................................................................................. 10 Anticipation Guide ................................................................................................ 11 Before, During, and After Reading ....................................................................... 13 BKWLQ ................................................................................................................ 14 Blog ...................................................................................................................... 16 Compare/Contrast Matrix ..................................................................................... 17 Compare/Contrast Y-Chart................................................................................... 18 Comparing Texts .................................................................................................. 19 Concept Ladder .................................................................................................... 20 Cornell Notes ....................................................................................................... 21 Design a Test ....................................................................................................... 23 Digital Essay ........................................................................................................ 24 Digital Scrapbooks ............................................................................................... 25 Document Analysis Grid ....................................................................................... 26 Double Entry Journal ............................................................................................ 28 Evaluating Internet Sources ................................................................................. 30 Exit Slip ................................................................................................................ 32 Facts/Questions/Response .................................................................................. 33 Fast Write ............................................................................................................. 34 Gallery Walk ......................................................................................................... 35 Google Maps ........................................................................................................ 36 I-Chart .................................................................................................................. 37 Identifying Bias and Loaded Language ................................................................ 38 It Says-I Say-And So ............................................................................................ 40 Jigsaw .................................................................................................................. 41 KWL+ .................................................................................................................. 42 KWLH ................................................................................................................... 44 Learning Log ........................................................................................................ 46 List-Group-Label .................................................................................................. 47 Multiple Sources-Multiple Perspectives ................................................................ 49 One-Word Summaries.......................................................................................... 50 P-M-I .................................................................................................................... 51 Podcast ................................................................................................................ 52 PowerPoint ........................................................................................................... 54 Curriculum and Professional Development Division August 2010 K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 10
  • 11. Social Studies Appendix Preview Map ........................................................................................................ 55 Preview/Analyze/Connect .................................................................................... 57 Quaker Reading ................................................................................................... 58 Questions Game .................................................................................................. 59 RAFT .................................................................................................................... 60 REAP ................................................................................................................... 62 Reporters Formula ............................................................................................... 63 Say Something ..................................................................................................... 64 Share One; Get One ............................................................................................ 67 Socratic Seminar .................................................................................................. 68 SQ3R ................................................................................................................... 72 Storyboards .......................................................................................................... 73 Story (Chapter) Map ............................................................................................. 74 Summarization Pyramids ..................................................................................... 75 Table Top Blog ..................................................................................................... 77 T-Chart ................................................................................................................. 78 Tea Party.............................................................................................................. 80 Think Aloud/Write Aloud ....................................................................................... 81 Triads ................................................................................................................... 82 Understanding Newspaper Articles ..................................................................... 83 Venn Diagram ...................................................................................................... 85 Virtual Museum .................................................................................................... 86 Vocabulary Credit Card ........................................................................................ 87 Vocabulary Log .................................................................................................... 88 Word Associations................................................................................................ 89 Writing to Learn .................................................................................................... 90 Websites http://www.socialstudies.abc-clio.com http://www.archives.gov/education/ Curriculum and Professional Development Division August 2010 K-12 Social Studies 11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 11
  • 12.                    Social Studies Appendix Multiple Sources: Multiple Perspectives Description: Providing students with multiple sources for information and description of the same event gives them an excellent opportunity to see how and event can be viewed in many ways. Procedure: All students began the study by searching their textbook. Each student then examines several supplemental sources related to letters, historical texts, and chronologies of important events in history. Give students the opportunity to build background knowledge for their study. Students should be able to compare/contrast information and question how conflicting information could be presented on the same event. Sources Factual Information How Do the Questions I Would Perspectives Differ? Ask the Authors Adapted from Reading History by Janet Allen Curriculum and Professional Development Division August 2010 K-12 Social Studies   11/8/2010 CPDD K-12 Social Studies 12