MHS Summer Educator Workshop
Literacy in Social Studies: A Common Core Approach Using
Homesteading as a Case Study
Cosponsored by PESA Region 1
Where: Miles City, MT, Holy Rosary Hospital Conference Room, 2600
When: Friday, June 21, 2013
Who: Grades 6-12 Social Studies teachers, English Language Arts teachers, and Librarians
What: FREE, hands-on workshop provided by the MT Historical Society Historical Specialist, Martha Kohl. Six OPI Renewal Units will be provided. Want to know more? View the Agenda.
Why: Educators will focus on the use of primary sources in the classroom, teaching historical thinking, and best practices for meeting the new Common Core Standards. The workshop will take the theme of homesteading and allotment as its focus and will provide practical tools and techniques, as well as links to information on how to find appropriate primary sources and ideas for integrating Indian Education for All.
Cost: FREE! Coffee and muffins provided during the morning registration. Lunch will also be provided. Handouts and hands-on materials will be distributed.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
How: Please email Kim Stanton (PESA Region I Director) to register using the information below. A $30 refundable deposit must be mailed to Kim to complete the registration. Checks may be mailed to: PESA, c/o Kim Stanton, 707 South Stacy Avenue, Miles City, MT 59301. The checks will be made out to: PESA~Prairie Educational Service Area. The $30 deposit check will be returned to you at the class.
Registration information emailed to: Kim Stanton using email@example.com. Please call Kim @ 406-853-1908 if you have questions.
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