10:00-10:50 am CT (9:00-9:50 am MT) Session by Glenn Wiebe, educator/education professional development consultant Wiebe-200.jpg

Students in history and social studies classes need to do more than simply memorize foundational content. They need to be using that content to solve problems and to think historically. But what does that look like in practice? Using the four overarching themes of the C4 Framework--Collect, Collaborate, Create, and Communicate--can help you design high-quality instruction that includes primary sources. Join Glenn as he shares specific strategies and resources for integrating the Framework into your classroom.

Session Archive
(short audio gap at 30 minutes in archive)

Twitter Archive

PowerPoint

Links shared in the session

Glenn's support materials--PowerPoint and additional resource links
C4 Framework
National Archives Worksheets
Graphic Organizers
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Primary Sources in early Elementary Classroom (LOC)
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History Frame
Book Bits
Social Studies Writing Prompts
Padlet for the session
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