2022 Conference Registration Links

Tentative Agenda
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M - W, Feb. 21st, 22nd, & 23rd
Virtual Sessions

 

 

8pm

EST

Facing History Lessons from the Memphis 13

Erika Henderson, Dwania Kyles, & Daniel Kiel

Utilizing Local History in the Classroom: Tennessee's WWII Homefront

Colbi Layne Hogan

Follow the Yellow Brick Road: From Oz to Gold Standard 

Jackie Morgan & Lesley Mace

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

 

 

7pm

EST

Inquiry Beyond the Paper: Blending Research & Creativity 

Alice Bryant, Meggie Lucas, & Garen Eadie

Putting Primary Sources First

Dori Gerber

Bite-Sized Inquiry: NO Overhaul Required!

Pam Renfrow

Thursday, Feb. 24th

 

 

5-7pm

CST

President's Reception

  • Included with Conference Registration

  • Light refreshments and cash bar will be available
  • Early access to exhibitors

 

 

1-4pm

CST

 

Pre-Clinic Workshop at the National Civil Rights Museum

SEPARATE REGISTRATION

Friday, Feb. 25th

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12pm

CST

 

 

Lunch & Awards

 

 

1:15pm

CST

 

 

2:15pm

CST

 

 

3:00pm

CST

 

 

Giveaways

Factfulness: Challenging Worldview in a Dynamic Geography or History Classroom

Kristi Neuroth

Cultivating Civic Discourse in Your Classroom 

Caryn Rossiter & Allan Carey

Unleash the Power of Objects in Your Classroom

Jill Cross

Structured Talk Moves & the Social Studies Practices

Rachel Turner

Best of Both Worlds: Enhancing Instruction with Technology

Leah Wetzler

Bringing US History to Life with Economics: The Interstate Highway System

Maria Edlin King & Jackie Morgan

Using Literature to Enhance Geography

Jenny Shorten & Sherri Collie

How Studies Weekly Supports Critical Thinking, Collaboration, & Investigation

Dawn Smith

Frederick Douglass and the Push for Reform in the Early Republic

Kira Duke

Tools for Teaching About Genocide and Other Human Rights Atrocities

Sara Cohan

Perspectives on Pearl Harbor Simulation

Stephanie Richards, Lauren Luna, & Cari Moravits

Artifacts are Primary Sources Too: Critical Thinking Skills and 3D Objects

Christopher Grisham

 

 

9am

CST

 

 

10am

CST

 

 

11am

CST

Accessibility and Achievement for all AP Students

Kimberly Vance

Korea: Heart and Seoul Pen Pal Project

 

Becky Hasselle

Contested Landscapes

 

Annie Evans

Using DBQs to Engage Students in US History

Imali Kent

Breaking it Down: Using Tech Tools to Teach Social Studies Skills

Ashley Flood

This is America Too: Teaching the History of Latinx Americans

Brandon O'Neill

Teaching Thematically with Primary Sources

Stacey Graham & October Kamara

Fun Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension in US History 

Paul E. Binford & Megan Mauney

Inquiry in the Elementary Classroom: Equipping Your Student Historians!

Michelle Sontag

What's the Why: Understanding Point of View 

Summer Carter

Activities & Materials for the Social Studies Classroom

Rebecca Furman

Start with Story: Driving Inquiry Through Film with Retro Report

David Olson

Technology to Use in Your Social Studies Classroom

Burt Finley

James Madison Memorial Fellowship Scholarship

Brandon Eldridge

Amending the Constitution - Formally and Informally

Tiffany Middleton & Catherine Hawke

Tennesseans Together: Stories From the 16th State

Linsay Kovach & Kelly Wilkerson

Facilitating Courageous Conversations

Cheryl McCray

The Geography of the Tennessee Valley

David Huebner

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8am

CST

US History in the Tennessee Valley- Currents of Change

Jennifer Johnson & David Huebner

Re-ignite and Re-engage with Strategies for Successful Social Studies

Greg Farmer

Tennessee Suffrage Movement: A Traveling Lit Kit

Cammie Lawton, Julia Watts, & Allison Varnes

Teaching About Social Justice: Focus on Johnny Cash

James Akenson

Strategies for Teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners

Casey O'Connor & Erin LaFever

Discourse in the Democratic Classroom 

Daniel Warner