Social Studies, the C4 Framework, and the Common Core : Grades 6-12 June 2014

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Social Studies, the C4 Framework, and the Common Core : Grades 6-12 June 2014

  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. standards & assessment resources questions some examples
  4. 4. introduce yourself best lesson of the year comment / question on standards
  5. 5. 10 Minute Expert / Pie Chart activity Causes of 2008 Great Recession?
  6. 6. risky sub-prime loans, high oil / food prices, lack of regulatory oversight
  7. 7. sticky idea?
  8. 8. historical thinking rewires brains
  9. 9. rewiring brains is a good thing
  10. 10. David Cutler The Atlantic
 May 1, 2014 “High School History Doesn’t Have to Be Boring”
  11. 11. • solving authentic problems is required • students make connections • students use evidence • immediate feedback
  12. 12. • creation of products • multiple disciplines • failure is good • learning is collaborative
  13. 13. the state standards
 have changed! 24
  14. 14. wonders likes
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. “Social Studies content is the vehicle for demonstrating mastery, not the destination.”
  17. 17. are my kids prepared for the state assessment?
  18. 18. content analysis and historical thinking state assessment
  19. 19. NCSS
 College, Career, and Civic Life Framework for Inquiry
  20. 20. is there a way to organize all of this?
  21. 21. - The C4 FRAMEWORK - COLLECT COLLABORATE CREATE COMMUNICATE Find even more C4 information, resources, and useful goodies at www.ceefour.com
  22. 22. collect communicate collaborate create
  23. 23. The student will gather, recognize, organize, and evaluate: ! ! significant choices significant beliefs, contributions, and ideas rights and responsibilities continuity and change dynamic relationships
  24. 24. modeling document analysis
  25. 25. Read Aloud
  26. 26. text context
 subtext source
 contextualize read between the lines
  27. 27. primary sources analysis worksheets
  28. 28. sheg.stanford.edu 21st century curriculum Reading Like an Historian
  29. 29. three stage media analysis data information knowledge
  30. 30. what do you see?
  31. 31. how are they different? how are they the same?
  32. 32. which is the most historically accurate? how do you know?
  33. 33. student response system Kahoot getkahoot.com
  34. 34. kahoot.it PIN #
  35. 35. Literacy activities history frame word sorts quick draw book bits summarizing pyramid
  36. 36. Social Studies Central
 www.socialstudiescentral.com
  37. 37. Your favs?
  38. 38. collect communicate collaborate create
  39. 39. Read, Write, and Communicate effectively by: preparing and collaborating with diverse partners in conversations about topics within the disciple
  40. 40. padlet.com/glennw/neighborhoods collaborative document analysis Padlet
  41. 41. who started the Revolutionary War? how do you know?
  42. 42. sendtodropbox.com online storage SendtoDropBox
  43. 43. sschat.org teaching resources #sschat / twitter #sschat
  44. 44. collect communicate collaborate create
  45. 45. Writing clearly and coherently ! to make an argument using evidence, logic, and reasoning to tell a story by applying the appropriate technologies for the purpose and audience by gathering multiple sources of information and integrating them into short and long term 
 projects
  46. 46. tourbuilder.withgoogle.com Google Earth tours
  47. 47. readwritethink.com
  48. 48. Gaming the Past: Using Video Games to Teach Secondary History
 Jeremiah McCall Using Games in the History Classroom
 teachinghistory.org
  49. 49. serious games gamesforchange.org
  50. 50. SimCityEdu simcityedu.org
  51. 51. MineCraftEdu minecraftedu.com
  52. 52. commercial games
  53. 53. What if history
  54. 54. “participatory social studies” Twitter
  55. 55. sschat.org
  56. 56. less complex?
  57. 57. write lines of dialogue
  58. 58. iPhone from the past
  59. 59. collect communicate collaborate create
  60. 60. Communicate effectively by presenting information and evaluation to others in a manner that is not totally written text designing and delivering a presentation on a specific topic using multiple modes of communication and adjusting presentations
  61. 61. what is this map telling us? how do you know?
  62. 62. Everyone speaks English. Where there is much hunger. Places with fast Internet. These are rain forests. Land forms are similar.
  63. 63. high risk of what?
  64. 64. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2013/01/07/a-surprising-map-of-the-best-and-worst-countries-to-be-born-into-today
  65. 65. ed.ted.com flipped lessons TED-Ed
  66. 66. surviving a zombie apocalypse?
  67. 67. goo.gl/FXEw8E
  68. 68. thinglink.com Thinglink
  69. 69. Blindman’s bluff poker
  70. 70. beyondthebubble.stanford.edu Beyond the Bubble
  71. 71. what are you zinking about?
  72. 72. essdk.me/ZUo
  73. 73. have more questions? Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org glennw98 glennwiebe.org c4framework.com

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