Save the Date! ICSS 2016 Conference:
Times of Transition: Shifts in Power Throughout History
The Indiana Council for the Social Studies is now accepting presentation proposals for our 2016 state
Registration information coming soon!
We are happy to announce that the sixth grade project to identify and develop e-materials for Indiana's sixth grade social studies is underway. It will continue for the 2016-2017 school year ending on 1 May 2017. The purpose of the project is to provide a supply of different e-materials aligned to the Indiana standards. Teachers may elect to use those items that fit their lesson plans. We are NOT producing an electronic version of the sixth grade course. Rather a collection of items to HELP TEACH the sixth grade course. The items are free of charge to Indiana's sixth grade teachers. This is just another effort on the part of the Indiana Council for the Social Studies to promote quality instruction in Indiana social studies classrooms. We hope they prove a helpful asset for sixth grade teachers.
You will find a link to the catalog of materials on this website marked with the date of the latest iteration. The catalog is in RTF format to ensure that schools using Google Tools can easily access it.
Current Catalog -- 22 July 2016
Indiana Features Big in Economic Education
A few of the Indiana Council for Economic Education's great teachers and programs were recently highlighted by the national Council for Economic Education (CEE). These videos filmed in Indiana and lessons are featured on CEE’s econedlink.org website!
· Powerball Economics – filmed at a workshop in Indy
· Scarcity – Playful Economics – lesson by Shanan Riegle (Yorktown)
· Opportunity Cost – Playful Economics – lesson by Shanan Riegle (Yorktown)
· Oh Scarcity Sing-a-long – KidsEcon Posters sang by students in Shanan’s class
· The Classroom Mini-Economy – lesson by Shanan Riegle (Yorktown)
Indiana Bicentennial Cork Board
Audio interview with Becky Schlomann from the Indiana Historical Society. Listen
Celebrate Indiana's Bicentennial - Share Your Photos
Are you looking for a fun and unique way to celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial? Consider having a photo collection drive or a scan-a-thon! Your class could then see their photos online. Check out http://www.genealogycenter.
Indiana Bicentennial Events (official web page)
May 2016 - December 2016
Name: Jim Corridan
Phone: (317) 232-3380
July 14 - July 17
Name: Julia Shildmyer-Heighway
Phone: (317) 819-3516
May 13, 2016 - August 31, 2016
Lafayette Art Museum
April 8, 2016 - November 11, 2016
Name: Don Spillman
Phone: (812) 254-0898
This PDF document was created by the Foreign Policy Research Institute. It provides a quick launching point for teachers and students when dealing with military events in history. Download it and keep it in your electronic documents for history archive.