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3rd-6th Grade Language Arts & Social Studies with the DBQ Project

Perrysburg, OH
March 7, 2020

This lively one-day training will provide elementary teachers with instructional strategies, sample lessons and intensive modeling to utilize the document-based question approach – a tool to meet the goals and historical thinking skills stressed in both The C3 Framework and Ohio’s Learning Standards for Social Studies and English Language Arts.

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Providing Equitable Access to Content Knowledge and Literacy Skills in Social Science

Santa Clara Office of Education - Gilroy Room
April 1, 2020

Purpose:

  • Learn how to build content knowledge and literacy skills through
    inquiry while utilizing UDL
  • Understand inquiry learning not only piques student curiosity, it also
    leads to deeper learning.

1. DBQ and UDL Flyer 4.1.2020

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Inquiry and Literacy in the Social Studies Classroom

Memphis, TN
June 9, 2020

For two decades, The DBQ Project has helped students of all ability levels and ages to think critically with inquiry based units that mirror the type of evidence-based writing and synthesis required in the SAT and AP exams. Led by DBQ Project team members, this lively one day workshop will provide instructional strategies and intensive modeling on historical thinking skills, argumentative writing, and how to scaffold DBQs for students with various abilities.

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Inquiry and Literacy in the Social Studies Classroom

Nashville, TN
June 10, 2020

For two decades, The DBQ Project has helped students of all ability levels and ages to think critically with inquiry based units that mirror the type of evidence-based writing and synthesis required in the SAT and AP exams. Led by DBQ Project team members, this lively one day workshop will provide instructional strategies and intensive modeling on historical thinking skills, argumentative writing, and how to scaffold DBQs for students with various abilities.

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Inquiry and Literacy in the Social Studies Classroom

Knoxville, TN
June 11, 2020

For two decades, The DBQ Project has helped students of all ability levels and ages to think critically with inquiry based units that mirror the type of evidence-based writing and synthesis required in the SAT and AP exams. Led by DBQ Project team members, this lively one day workshop will provide instructional strategies and intensive modeling on historical thinking skills, argumentative writing, and how to scaffold DBQs for students with various abilities.

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