This year's conference: Exploring Civil Liberties and Human Rights IN Social Studies with keynote address from Dr. Terrence Roberts contains a total of 16 feature length sessions in addition to several power sessions.  Below are the currently scheduled sessions.  Sessions are subject to change.  



Keynote Speaker

Dr. Terrence Roberts - Little Rock Nine

Breakout Session I

Discovering Primary Sources at the Indiana State Library: School Desegregation in Indiana
Hands on History: A WWII Interactive Exhibit
Media Literacy: Identifying Fake News with Secondary Students 
Speak Truth to Power: Creating a Global Citizenry Through Human Rights

Breakout Session II

Connection to Little Rock featuring Library of Congress Materials and Activities
Ethnic Studies - Background, Concepts, and Resources
Representing Fears of Communist Infiltration: Teaching the Second Red Scare Using Popular Culture as a Historical Text
Utilizing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: How to Teach Civil Liberties and Human Rights

Breakout Session III

Fostering Fishbowls: Cultivating Respectful Conversations Over Heated Political Topics
From Ireland to Indiana: The Transformation of Irish Ethnicity in the Wake of the Great Famine, ca. 1845-1870
Historical Cookbooks for Primary Source Lessons and Interdisciplinary Project-Based Learning
Team Teaching for Global Citizenship



Indiana Council for the Social Studies a member of the National Council for the Social Studies  

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