The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades 6-12)

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The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades 6-12)

  1. 1. Social Studies and the C4 Framework quality instruction in the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  2. 2. find a buddy
  3. 3. “If you wanted to create an educational environment that was directly opposed to what the brain is good at doing . . .
  4. 4. “. . . you would probably design something like a modern classroom.” John Medina
 Brain Rules
  5. 5. sticky idea?
  6. 6. historical thinking rewires brains
  7. 7. rewiring brains is a good thing
  8. 8. standards & assessment resources questions some examples
  9. 9. where & when was this photo taken? no googling!
  10. 10. how about this one?
  11. 11. does this help?
  12. 12. the standards
  13. 13. what do you know? what questions do you have?
  14. 14. Kansas standards “Social Studies content is the vehicle for demonstrating mastery, not the destination.”
  15. 15. NCCS
 College, Career, and Civic Life Framework for Inquiry
  16. 16. Choices have consequences Individuals have rights and responsibilities Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas, and diversity Societies experience continuity and change over time Relationships between people, place, ideas, and environments are dynamic
  17. 17. new “delta” indicators focus is on benchmarks
  18. 18. recognize and evaluate analyze context and draw conclusions investigate and connect construct/create and justify/ defend
  19. 19. 2013 - 2014 
 pilot items
 
 2014 - 2015
 field test
 
 2015 - 2016
 full assessment proposed timeline
  20. 20. how is this different than the old standards?
  21. 21. but what does that look like?
  22. 22. - The C4 FRAMEWORK - COLLECT COLLABORATE CREATE COMMUNICATE Find even more C4 information, resources, and useful goodies at www.ceefour.com
  23. 23. collect communicate collaborate create
  24. 24. Malaga Cove Elementary School
 Los Angeles County, CA 1930
  25. 25. what questions do you have? write them on post-it notes
  26. 26. sort them by “googleable” and “un-googleable” answer the “googleable”
  27. 27. Bellamy Salute
 1892-1942
  28. 28. use the “un-googleable” to align to standards and benchmarks
  29. 29. modeling document analysis
  30. 30. John Barker Read Aloud modeling document analysis
  31. 31. text, context, subtext sourcing
 contextualize read between the lines
  32. 32. primary sources analysis worksheets
  33. 33. sheg.stanford.ed 21st century curriculum Reading Like an Historian
  34. 34. three stage media analysis data information knowledge
  35. 35. how are they different? how are they the same?
  36. 36. which of these images depicts actual events? ! how do you know?
  37. 37. kahoot.it PIN #
  38. 38. A B C
  39. 39. In those days, they had rabbit drives. The rabbits got so thick, yeah, we had rabbit drives . . . somebody organized it and we made a big circle, then we’d close in on ‘em, had a big pen out in the middle and boy, the jack rabbits, they squealed. One time, just south of the river, we had a drive. We circled clear around about four miles; we walked about two miles. And never let ‘em go by and drove ‘em into that pen, and people got in there with clubs, and clubbed ‘em to death. And then they got some money out of the rabbits. They had to do something with the rabbits eating the crops, they’d just eat it down to nothin’. There were so many . . . And it helped out. 
 Elmer Wetzel
 Born September 1908
 Ford County, Kansas
  40. 40. “un-googleable” question that aligns to standards?
  41. 41. does how we live change depending on when and where we live?
  42. 42. Literacy activities history frame word sorts quick draw book bits summarizing pyramid
  43. 43. bibme.org online bibliography BibMe
  44. 44. Social Studies Central
 www.socialstudiescentral.com
  45. 45. collect communicate collaborate create
  46. 46. surviving a zombie apocalypse?
  47. 47. goo.gl/FXEw8E
  48. 48. who what why how ?
  49. 49. padlet.com/wall/howdidhedie reflection Padlet
  50. 50. thinglink.com reflection Thinglink
  51. 51. collect communicate collaborate create
  52. 52. tourbuilder.withgoogle.com Google Earth tours
  53. 53. iCivics icivics.org
  54. 54. Mission US mission-us.org
  55. 55. stopdisastersgame.org Stop Disasters
  56. 56. Pursued pursued.nemesys.hu
  57. 57. serious games gamesforchange.org
  58. 58. SimCityEdu simcityedu.org
  59. 59. MineCraftEdu minecraftedu.com
  60. 60. commercial games
  61. 61. Gaming the Past: Using Video Games to Teach Secondary History
 Jeremiah McCall Using Games in the History Classroom
 teachinghistory.org
  62. 62. less complex?
  63. 63. this image shows . . . a connection between then & now would be . . . make a prediction
  64. 64. write lines of dialogue
  65. 65. iPhone from the past
  66. 66. iOS digital storytelling Storehouse
  67. 67. collect communicate collaborate create
  68. 68. Causes of World War One? pie chart activity
  69. 69. imperialism, nationalism, alliance system
  70. 70. beyondthebubble.stanford.edu 21st century assessment Beyond the Bubble
  71. 71. docsteach.org DocsTeach primary sources
  72. 72. who started the Revolutionary War? how do you know?
  73. 73. what are you zinking about?
  74. 74. essdk.me/ZUo
  75. 75. have more questions? Glenn Wiebe
 glennw@essdack.org
 glennwiebe.org
 socialstudiescentral.com
 
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