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October 2015

23rd Biennial Conference of the Association of Canadian Studies in the United States
New Horizons in Canadian Studies

October 14, 2015 - October 17, 2015
Tuscany Suites and Casino,
Las Vegas, NV United States
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New Horizons in Canadian Studies The education panel will feature K-12 best practice models presented by Tina Storer, Western Washington University, Betsy Arntzen, University of Maine, and Amy Sotherden (Chair), SUNY Plattsburgh.

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November 2015

95th NCSS Annual Conference

November 13, 2015 - November 15, 2015
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center,
New Orleans, LA United States
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Join social studies educators from around the world in New Orleans to celebrate social responsibility! Sessions, poster presentations and pre-conference clinics will reflect the conference theme, advocate for Social Studies education at the school, community, and/or state level, offer connections to one or more College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards dimensions, or focus on one of the following subthemes that celebrate: Human Rights; Celebrate Social Studies and the Young Learner; Sustainability; Global Citizenship-Past and…

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November 2016

TEACHING CANADA: A Professional Development Workshop for IBMA Educators

November 30, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
The Newseum – Learning Center,
555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC, United States
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TEACHING CANADAA Professional Development Workshop for IBMA Educators  This one-day professional development workshop will provide high school social studies teachers working at high schools in the mid-Atlantic region with a foundation for teaching about Canada within an International Baccalaureate curriculum context. Featured speakers will include history and area studies specialists from Canada and the United States. Sessions will allow for interactive discussion and resource-sharing. View the program agenda here. For further information and/or to register for the program, contact Craig Perrier,…

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December 2016

AREA STUDIES & OUTREACH CONFERENCE 2016

December 1, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Potomac Center Plaza (PCP) The Auditorium,
550 12th Street SW
Washington, DC, United States
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AREA STUDIES & OUTREACH CONFERENCE 2016Best Practices in Internationalizing Classrooms and Communities All individuals working in educational outreach and area studies are invited to attend and/or present. Registration is FREE. Registration and presentation abstracts are due Oct 31, 2016. This working conference will highlight important themes of outreach across area studies while producing valuable insight into best strategies for engaging with the K-12 communities, community colleges and minority-serving Institutions, and general public. It will provide an opportunity to meet outreach professionals…

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96th Annual NCSS Conference Civic Learning and Cultural Identity in a Changing World

December 2, 2016 - December 4, 2016
Walter E. Washington Convention Center,
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW
Washington D.C,
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96th Annual NCSS ConferenceCivic Learning and Cultural Identity in a Changing WorldWalter E. Washington Convention Center Washington D.C.   Sharpen your skills, gain new techniques, and achive your professional goals at the 2016 NCSS Annual Conference. - Learn best practices and the latest research in social studies education - Receive classroom-ready lessons - Interact with nationally-known speakers and educators - Share teaching strategies and solutions with peers - Expand your professional network - Discover the latest teaching resources, products and services in the…

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February 2017

New Frontiers: Contested Claims in Arctic Exploration

February 28 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Lakeside School,
14050 1st Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98125 United States
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New Frontiers: Contested Claims in Arctic ExplorationA Global Classroom Workshop4:30-7:30 PM Lakeside School 14050 1st Avenue NE Seattle, WA 98125                                The Arctic is a new frontier in foreign policy with coinciding political, military, economic, social, and environmental pressures. Explore emerging interests in the Arctic and learn more about what’s at stake by joining us for this global classroom workshop. Presenters include: • Dr. Nadine Fabbi, Managing Director of the Canadian Studies Center and Arctic and International Relations, Henry M. Jackson School of…

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March 2017

WSCSS Spring Conference & Leadership Retreat (Theme: Advocacy and Allieship)

March 3 - March 5

Come to Campbell's Resort in Lake Chelan prepared to make a difference! Keynote speakers will discuss historical and current issues that highlight courageous actions by those who stand with and for others, like Carl Wilkins (the only American to remain in Rwanda during the genocide in 1994). Breakout sessions will deepen your content knowledge in civil and human rights issues (past and present) and meaningful ways to encourage allyship and advocacy in youth.

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