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  • 1. Social Studies and the 21st centuryCommon Core quality instruction Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  • 2. Based on educational research, can you make a difference in student learning?
  • 3. Coleman Report 1966Concluded that the quality ofschooling a student receivesaccounts for only 10% of the“variance in studentachievement.”
  • 4. Jenks Report 1972 “. . . differences in test scores are due to factors that schools do not control.”
  • 5. Brophy / Good 1986 “The myth that teachers don’t make a difference in . . . learning has been refuted.”
  • 6. Mehta / Foorman 2005 “Students who spent a year in classrooms taught by teachers who use research-based strategies are more likely to out- perform those students who did not.”
  • 7. 50th3rd
  • 8. What does an “ineffective teacher” look like?
  • 9. living on just the first floor
  • 10. describe, collect, recall, tell, list,data
  • 11. 96th
  • 12. What does an “effective teacher” look like?
  • 13. living on allthe floors
  • 14. compare, explain, interpret, cause, evaluate, infer,information
  • 15. evaluate, imagine, persuade, judge, conclude, problemknowledge
  • 16. knowledgeinformation data
  • 17. “the cogentCommon Core reasoning and use of evidence essential to responsible citizenship in a democratic republic.”
  • 18. Common Core Getting Students to Think Like Historians
  • 19. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  • 20. “Teaching the Common Core” partner & review a lesson
  • 21. revise current standards focus on process, not content
  • 22. what does this sort ofhistorical thinking look like?
  • 23. how arehistory students differentthan historians?
  • 24. kids seehistory asanswers
  • 25. kids seehistory asanswers historians see history as problems
  • 26. why thedifference?
  • 27. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  • 28. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  • 29. “What really happened in Boston on March 5, 1770?”
  • 30. a magic wand or windowframe also works
  • 31. mini DBQs map hook activity
  • 32. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  • 33. Slavery quotes
  • 34. Discrepant Event InquiryRiddle / problem / questionYes or no questions onlyTimed
  • 35. We never would have found this person if the person hadn’t been so hard to find.
  • 36. In 1837, a boy named John and his six brothers and sisters lived on a farm in a beautiful, wooded area in Tennessee. His family planted corn & raised animals for food and milk. His father was a lawmaker and his mother taught English in a local school. They were happy & prosperous.
  • 37. In 1839, the family moved to a dry, treeless, flat prairie where it was difficult to raise enough food to survive. Three of John’s siblings died. Unable to make a living farming, his father went back to being a legislator and his mother wrote for a newspaper. They missed their home in the mountains.
  • 38. when? where? what?
  • 39. When? Where? What?
  • 40. When? Where? What?
  • 41. “Backwards” DEI
  • 42. Paul Harvey The Rest of the StoryWilliam BruceMindtronicsInquiry AliveDiscrepant Event Inquiry
  • 43. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  • 44. I pledge allegiance to my flagand to the republic for which itstands, one nation indivisible,with liberty and justice for all.
  • 45. I pledge allegiance to my flagand to the republic for which itstands, one nation indivisible,with liberty and justice for all. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
  • 46. who started theRevolutionary War? how do you know?
  • 47. historical fiction create Fact / Fiction / Not Sure graphic organizer
  • 48. Children of the Dust BowlOut of the Dust
  • 49. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  • 50. emotional envisioning
  • 51. one side write what you seethe other what you feel
  • 52. what did you see?
  • 53. what did you feel?
  • 54. what do they all have in common?
  • 55. The Ruby Bridges Story
  • 56. how and why did racism start?can you prove that it has ended?
  • 57. Quick Draw for Points Read Kansas. Traveling the Oregon Trail
  • 58. Summarizing Pyramid Read Kansas. Traveling the Oregon Trail
  • 59. Pie Chart activity Causes of the Civil War
  • 60. slavery, economics, states rights?
  • 61. Google Earth activity Where was the “West?”
  • 62. Literacy activities Word Sorts List / Group / Label History Frame
  • 63. Appendix B sample performance tasks
  • 64. examine source information read multiple accounts & perspectives use evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  • 65. story timeline Jeannie Baker Window
  • 66. TED-Ed Video and critical thinking
  • 67. geography & maps google earth
  • 68. Caroline Starr Rose May B
  • 69. Toni Morrison Remember:The Journey to School Integration I Am Poem
  • 70. othe r goodies?
  • 71. primary sources DocsTeach docsteach.org
  • 72. teaching resources ThinkFinity thinkfinity.org
  • 73. teaching resources Smithsonian smithsonianeducation.org
  • 74. professional growth National History Education Clearinghouse teachinghistory.org
  • 75. primary sources Library of Congress loc.gov/teachers
  • 76. primary sources National Archives archives.gov/education
  • 77. problem solving H.S.I. web.wm.edu/hsi/
  • 78. problem solving Historical Thinking historicalthinkingmatters.org
  • 79. digital resources History with Technology thwt.org
  • 80. great books Notable Tradebooks socialstudies.org/notable
  • 81. clean web pages Readability readability.com
  • 82. online bibliography BibMe bibme.org
  • 83. next steps?
  • 84. best practices in discipline identify possible texts adapt current instruction communicate with ELA
  • 85. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98