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Do you need graduate credit? Newman University is offering 1 graduate credit for conference participants. Enroll before (or at) the conference using the form linked here - https://tinyurl.com/y5rddp8a. Then, following the conference, complete the post-conference reflection essay which will be emailed to you by Cameron Carlson, Dean of The School of Education. We appreciate Newman working with us to make this possible for teachers!

This conference is presented by KCHE in partnership with KCSS, KCEE, KGA, KHS, KSDE, and ESSDACK. We hope you enjoy this professional development experience!

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Sunday, October 20
 

2:00pm

Registration
Thank you to iCivics (https://www.icivics.org/) for donating our bags, to the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History (https://www.gilderlehrman.org/) for supplying each teacher with a free poster, and to the National Humanities Center (https://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/) for providing 4 free graduate courses for our door prize drawings! We appreciate your support of social studies teachers.


Sunday October 20, 2019 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Dugan - Atrium Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:30pm

George Washington - Lessons & Legacy (split session): (Session 1) When They See Us: Beyond Whips and Chains They Had Names; (Session 2) Be Washington!
This will be a split session between two teachers who attended George Washington Teacher Institutes at Mount Vernon. Participants will learn about how to approach difficult subjects, particularly the institution of American slavery, with students by guiding them to look beyond stereotypical images and instead delve into real stories, such as those of the enslaved people who lived at Mount Vernon during George Washington's presidency. Participants will also learn about Be Washington, a first-person interactive leadership experience. With this online tool, students can face the challenges that Washington faced as both commander of the Continental Army as well as president of the United States. How would their responses compare to the Commander in Chief? Could you Be Washington?

Speakers
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Susan Cooper

Assistant Principal, Southwest Middle School
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Adam Topliff

Teacher, Wamego Middle School


Sunday October 20, 2019 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Dugan - Alumni Room Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:30pm

PBL in the Social Studies Classroom
Social studies teachers today are expected to teach content as well as prepare students for the "working world" including, creativity, collaboration, and problem solving. All of these are possible when projects are included in the social studies classroom. This session will not only give you specific instructions, rubrics, and examples of projects that can be done in the social studies classroom, but we will also talk strategies for grouping, grading, and "hooking" students into the project!

Speakers
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Jill Weber

Teacher, Maize High School
High School Social Studies teacher at Maize High School. This is my 14th year teaching, but my first one in High School. I spent the last 13 years with middle school students at Cheney Middle School. I love working to bring engaging activities into my classroom and teaching "working... Read More →


Sunday October 20, 2019 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Dugan - Conference Center (B) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:30pm

Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict with Primary Sources
The Arab-Israeli conflict is in the news every day and understanding it is critical to being a global citizen. Using a historical approach with an emphasis on primary sources, this session connects the history of the conflict to the current situation. Throughout the presentation, the use of accessible classroom technologies, discussion and work in small groups, participants will develop content knowledge, experience student activities, and receive lesson plans and corresponding primary source materials.

Speakers
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Andrew Askuvich

Trainer, Institute for Curriculum Services


Sunday October 20, 2019 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Bishop Gerber - Room 104 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:30pm

You Can Do It: Tackling the Classroom-Based HGSS State Assessment!
Do you want to be prepared for the changing state assessment? Do you need help constructing assessment tasks and using the scoring rubrics? Then this session is for you. Remember, you can do it, and I am here to help!

Speakers
avatar for Don Gifford

Don Gifford

HGSS Educational Consultant, KSDE
Don taught for 32 years in 1A, 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A schools in Kansas. He left the classroom in 2010 for the State Department of Education. Don is the coordinator for Civic Engagement for KSDE and has supervised and facilitated History, Government, and Social Studies Standards (HGSS... Read More →


Sunday October 20, 2019 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Bishop Gerber - Room 105 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

4:30pm

Authentic Learning and Student Agency through Unsung Heroes

Does Project-Based Learning and preparing for the upcoming Social Studies Assessment sound daunting? Are you looking for ways to rigorously engage students through authentic learning? The Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes has developed a NEW curriculum to break down PBL, prepare teachers for the upcoming state assessment and increase student agency. Join Nate and Susan to find out more!

Speakers
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Susan Sittenauer

Teacher, Seaman High School
I have taught at Seaman High School for the past 34 years. I teach U.S. History and Civil and Criminal Rights.In addition, I co-sponsor History Day at SHS.
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Nate McAlister

Teacher, Seaman High School

Sponsors

Sunday October 20, 2019 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Dugan - Conference Center (B) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

4:30pm

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy with Primary Sources
"The past has so much to teach us, and our students have so much to teach us. How do we intersect effective social studies instruction and culturally relevant learning in a way that honors students' cultural competence? Primary sources are great tools to help our learners understand history while reflecting on their own knowledge and experiences.

This workshop will intersect the tenets of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy (CRP) with inquiry-based learning. See CRP in action, with videos of students doing authentic historical work in the classroom, and participate in hands-on activities that share historical instruction through a culturally relevant lens. Dive into primary sources, and discuss ways to find sources that support both your teaching and your students' windows and mirrors. Leave with resources, ideas, and examples to support a culturally relevant classroom. We're going to do all the things, and we're going to do them in a way that won't make you fall asleep on a Sunday afternoon. "

(Note: This workshop is made possible with support from the Library of Congress. Thank you!)

Speakers
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Jessica Ellison

Teacher Educator, Minnesota Historical Society
I love primary sources! Tell me how museums and other cultural institutions can better support teacher learning. Also the President of the Minnesota Council for the Social Studies.


Sunday October 20, 2019 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Dugan - Alumni Room Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

4:30pm

Humanities Moments: Finding Connections Between the Past and our Daily Lives
Humanities moments occur daily in the lives of human beings. We access them through stories that reveal our complexities, our aspirations, and our tragic flaws. Whether we reflect on our personal experiences or our national history, it is the humanities moment that are most resonant and to which we continually return to mark who we are as individuals and as a culture.

This workshop will explore how the instructional resources and programs of the National Humanities Center inspire moments in humanities classroom. Our session will feature sources and inquiry-based activities from the NHC webinar series, online course catalog, and summer institutes. Participants will receive free access to all materials in the Humanities in Class Digital Library.

Session Leader
Andy Mink
Vice President of Education
National Humanities Center
Durham, North Carolina
amink@nationalhumanitiescenter.org
member of NCHE Board of Trustees

Speakers
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Andy Mink

Vice President, National Humanities Center


Sunday October 20, 2019 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Bishop Gerber - Room 105 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

4:30pm

Letting Go: Reacting to the Past and the Student-Centered Classroom
Reacting to the Past (RTTP) consists of elaborate games, set in the past, in which students are assigned roles informed by classic texts in the history of ideas. Class sessions are run entirely by students; instructors advise and guide students and grade their oral and written work. It seeks to draw students into the past, promote engagement with big ideas, and improve intellectual and academic skills. Reacting roles, unlike those in a play, do not have a fixed script and outcome, so while students will be obliged to adhere to the philosophical and intellectual beliefs of the historical figures they have been assigned to play, they must devise their own means of expressing those ideas persuasively, in papers, speeches, or other public presentations; and students must also pursue a course of action they think will help them win the game. Learn more from Newman University professor, Dr. Kelly McFall, and engage in a RTTP experience during this Sunday workshop!

Speakers
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Kelly McFall

Professor, Newman University


Sunday October 20, 2019 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Bishop Gerber - Room 104 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

7:00pm

Awards Reception
Thank you to the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes for sponsoring our Awards Reception! 


Sunday October 20, 2019 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213
 
Monday, October 21
 

7:30am

Breakfast
Thank you to EF Tours for sponsoring our breakfast this morning! 


Monday October 21, 2019 7:30am - 8:30am
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

7:30am

Registration
Thank you to iCivics (https://www.icivics.org/) for donating our bags, to the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History (https://www.gilderlehrman.org/) for supplying each teacher with a free poster, and to the National Humanities Center (https://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/) for providing 4 free graduate courses for our door prize drawings! We appreciate your support of social studies teachers.

Monday October 21, 2019 7:30am - 8:30am
Dugan - Atrium Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

7:30am

Vendor Village
Our vendors will be available starting at 7:30am on Monday morning. Please visit them when you can throughout the day. 

Monday October 21, 2019 7:30am - 8:30am
Dugan - Conference Center (C) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

8:30am

Opening Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Don Gifford

Don Gifford

HGSS Educational Consultant, KSDE
Don taught for 32 years in 1A, 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A schools in Kansas. He left the classroom in 2010 for the State Department of Education. Don is the coordinator for Civic Engagement for KSDE and has supervised and facilitated History, Government, and Social Studies Standards (HGSS... Read More →
avatar for Emily Williams

Emily Williams

I teach U.S. History and AP U.S. History at Derby High School (USD 260). I am also an adjunct instructor for Newman University and president of the Kansas Council for History Education. My passions are history, learning, and inspiring a love of learning in others.


Monday October 21, 2019 8:30am - 9:00am
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

9:10am

Breaking out of the Curriculum: Using Breakout Boxes for Inquiry Learning
During this interactive session, presenters will highlight how to create and use Breakout Boxes to promote the use of primary sources for authentic and collaborative lessons with students. Participants will be challenged to solve puzzles and clues from classroom-tested Breakout Boxes. They will also be provided tips and tricks for implementing this in their own classrooms. Handouts will be provided.

Speakers
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Darla Mallein

Professor, Emporia State University
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Caylie Ratzlaff

Pre-Service Teacher, Emporia State University


Monday October 21, 2019 9:10am - 10:00am
DeMattias Hall - Room 186 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

9:10am

Escalation, De-escalation and Compromise! Use role-play simulations and games to teach empathy and decision making through the lens of historical events.
Participants will engage in a role play simulating the Yalta Conference or The French Revolution (I will make both lessons available to download). The simulation activity will help you to convey to your students how to understand intense bargaining that happens in critical moments in history, settle controversies by negotiations, analyze events and outcomes from the perspectives of historical roles, appreciate the difficulty of assuming an unpopular position and gain empathy for minority/majority opinions. In addition to making history matter through taking on the roles of the individuals that were part of these parts of history. In addition to role playing, the participants will be collaborating, and working with primary source analysis.

Speakers
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Nicole Padilla

Curriculum Specialist, Social Studies School Service

Sponsors

Monday October 21, 2019 9:10am - 10:00am
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

9:10am

People and the Planet: Hands-on Geography and History Lessons
Within the past two centuries, as world population has grown eight-fold, societies have left their indelible marks on the planet’s landscape. Our agricultural and industrial footprints and growing urbanization and deforestation have changed ecosystems and the atmosphere. In this hands-on session, combining geography with world history, engage in activities such as concept-mapping, cooperative group problem solving, graphing and analysis, role-playing simulations and resource-allocation games to explore how people have changed Earth’s landscape over the past 200 years and what may lie ahead for the next century. Receive lesson plans and guidance on using interactive, online resources to apply these ideas in your own classroom.

Speakers
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Todd Roberts

Professor, Emporia State University
Todd Roberts taught 6th grade in Emporia Public schools and 3rd grade in Derby prior to working at Emporia State. He currently works with the BEST Program, which is a partnership between Butler CC and Emporia State for elementary education majors. He recruits, advises, teaches Social... Read More →


Monday October 21, 2019 9:10am - 10:00am
Dugan - Conference Center (B) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

9:10am

Powerful Strategies for Using Children’s Literature in the Elementary Social Studies Classroom
Integrating Social Studies instruction into an elementary curriculum is absolutely vital, but it can also be challenging. One way to accomplish this is to combine social studies content and process with literature and literacy. What can it look like when we ask kids to do social studies at the elementary level? Join Glenn and others as he shares powerful social studies strategies, tips, and tricks for grades 2-6.

Speakers
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Glenn Wiebe

Education Consultant, ESSDACK


Monday October 21, 2019 9:10am - 10:00am
Dugan - Alumni Room Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213
  • Grade Level Elementary
  • RESOURCES bit.ly/kansscon

10:10am

Authentic Historical Research: Teaching Grit and Perseverance through the National History Day Competition
This session is designed to introduce educators to the process of engaging students in long term projects of higher order thinking nature, based on a historical content of each individual students' interest from anywhere around the world. I begin the National History Day project in September, guiding my students through the process of what it means to be an authentic researcher and historian. From there, students pick authentic topics, tied to a theme, in which they have a strong interest that will maintain their drive to learn for months. The NHD opportunity takes time, but yields amazing results in regards authentic learning and research, grit, perseverance, organization, interview skills, how to evaluate your own work, accepting genuine feedback and making changes, and many more.

Speakers
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Amy Steadman

Teacher, USD260
My goal is to be a lifelong learner & educator. I operate on lattes, chocolate, & running and my most recent goal is to complete my first marathon (Oct 13th)! I was the 2019 Kansas History Day Junior Teacher of the Year and was a 2019 National History Day Jr Level Teacher of the Yr... Read More →


Monday October 21, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
DeMattias Hall - Room 186 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

10:10am

Fifty Cents and a Dream
Young Booker T. Washington had a dream. That dream was to use the resources at his disposal to earn the money necessary to get an education that would allow him and others to become financially secure. This lesson based on the picture book “Fifty Cents and a Dream: Young Booker T. Washington” by Jabari Asim challenges young students to make connections between history and economic concepts. The activities in this lesson are based on the early life of Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), who as a young slave growing up in Virginia, was prohibited from learning how to read and write. After Emancipation life was still difficult. His supportive friends and family gave him what little resources they had and he set off on the 500-mile journey that would involve hunger, exhaustion, and poverty. Overcoming these obstacles, he arrived at his destination with 50 cents in his pocket and his future ahead of him.

Speakers
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Angela Howdeshell

Vice President for Programs and Administration, Kansas Council for Economic Education
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Jan Wolcutt

Senior Educator, Director of Center for Economic Education, Wichita State University


Monday October 21, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
Dugan - Conference Center (B) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

10:10am

Making History Relevant through Objects, Drama, and Dispelling Historical Myths
History is at its core about human experiences, so anything that can be done to help students "experience" history adds a sense of relevance for them. This workshop will explore ways in which the use of acting, costumes, objects( both authentic and replicas), and simulations coupled with the use of primary sources creates interest and authenticity for students. Also explored will be ways to dispel common historical myths as a means to separate historical fact from fiction.

Speakers
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Kate Ebbert

Teacher, Thomas More Prep-Marian
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Katherine H. Harrell

Teacher, Tonganoxie Middle School


Monday October 21, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

10:10am

Making Kansas Matter: Then and Now
Think you know your state? Discover hidden patterns between the people, places, and plants in Kansas history and geography. Use technology, maps, and nature to explore connections that make Kansas matter. Take away ideas today to use in your classroom tomorrow.

Speakers
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Kim Gilman

Teacher, Hocker Grove Middle School
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Mary Beck

Teacher, West Indianola Elementary, USD 345
I teach 5th grade. Currently, I teach Science and Social Studies to 3 tracks of students. My interests in the teaching field are geography and reading. I am a National Geographic certified educator and would love to share with others about this experience.
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Rhonda Lefferd

Teacher, Shawnee Heights, USD 450


Monday October 21, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
Dugan - Alumni Room Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

11:00am

Vendor Village
This time is specifically set aside for conference attendees to visit our vendors. 

Monday October 21, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am
Dugan - Conference Center (C) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

11:30am

Lunch
Thank you to Social Studies School Service and World Strides for sponsoring our lunch! 


Monday October 21, 2019 11:30am - 12:15pm
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

12:15pm

Keynote Address: "Why Study History?" - Dr. John Fea
We appreciate the valuable support from Mount Vernon that allowed Dr. Fea to be with us today. Please check out the incredible resources on their website (https://www.mountvernon.org/) and apply for professional development opportunities available at no cost to teachers throughout the year. 

Speakers
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Dr. John Fea

Professor, Messiah College

Sponsors

Monday October 21, 2019 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

1:10pm

"It's ok to talk about it!" The Case for Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
As our populace grows increasingly diverse, it's incumbent upon educators to implement pedagogies that reach every single learner. Culturally relevant pedagogy suggests how to shift our attitudes and practices to make learning relevant and meaningful for every student in our classrooms to better position them for academic success. Engage in a dialogue about attitudes and practices to move us towards becoming culturally relevant teachers!

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Tina M. Ellsworth

Dr. Tina M. Ellsworth

Social Studies Coordinator, Olathe Public Schools
Social studies education | Historical Thinking Skills | Culturally Responsive/Sustaining Pedagogies | Civic Education | Rho Kappa | Inter-district partnerships


Monday October 21, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
Dugan - Conference Center (B) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

1:10pm

Authentically Approaching the Two World Wars
This session will be co-presented by two KCHE Board Members. For WWI, a lesson will be shared on using authentic World War I Alien Registration Documents from the National Archives in Kansas City to  broaden the conversation about immigration and the treatment of immigrants during the war as well as throughout American history. For WWII, participants will learn about "From the Collection to the Classroom," a resource that offers primary source-based lesson plans, topical overview essays, reference materials, and an online video from a leading WWII scholar. All participants in this session will receive the National WWII Museum's Liberation & Legacy kit which includes a curriculum guide, activity inserts, and a poster.

Speakers
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Lucinda Evans

Teacher, Topeka High School
Teacher with 30 years experience. 5 of those years as a professional presenter. Talk to me about middle school or high school, I can either help or send you to someone who can. Welcome to KCHE!
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Casey Meier

Teacher, Campus High School


Monday October 21, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
Dugan - Alumni Room Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

1:10pm

Redesigning Your Social Studies Classroom
Many districts and schools are making changes for the better. Whether your district is part of the KSDE Redesign Project or not, teachers are always looking for ways to make their instruction more effective and engaging. This session will introduce ways our school took redesign principles and initiatives to promote social studies, civic engagement and make history matter.

Speakers
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TJ Warsnak

Teacher, Halstead High School
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Derek Schutte

Teacher, Halstead High School
Follow on Twitter @coachschutte



Monday October 21, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

1:10pm

Using Writing to Address "Hard History"
How can you encourage learning through writing? How can writing be used to teach "hard history"?  Check out this webpage for some examples that will be shared in this session - https://spark.adobe.com/page/Q6LIgl95kHuLl/.

Speakers
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Summer Lunsway

Teacher, Eisenhower Middle School


Monday October 21, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
DeMattias Hall - Room 186 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:10pm

App Up Your Social Studies Classroom
This session will include ways students can make social studies come alive with apps. Participants will learn about using apps for best practices (sketch notes, vocabulary, etc) and then engage in hands on practice of these apps.  

Speakers
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Lori Rice

Teacher, West Elementary
Lori Rice is a fourth-grade teacher at West Elementary in Wamego, KS, who has taught K-2 reading as well as kindergarten, first grade and fourth grade since 1996. She has a passion for creativity, learning, questioning and the whole child. Her classroom is a place of acceptance and... Read More →


Monday October 21, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
Dugan - Alumni Room Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:10pm

Beyond Hamilton: Incorporating Music Into Your Lessons
We all know that the world is buzzing over Hamilton, but there is so much more that can be done with music in the classroom to engage and hook students. See how I use lyrics, moods, and tunes to help set the stage for historical events/eras and watch your kids become immersed in learning as they groove along with you.


Speakers
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Jamie Dawson

Teacher, Emporia High School


Monday October 21, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
DeMattias Hall - Room 186 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:10pm

HersandHistory: Stations, Transformations, and other Engaging Strategies
In this session you will learn about unique strategies to engage students in your classroom using stations, room transformations, collaborative projects, silent discussions, and review games. Making these small changes to your lessons will help promote authentic learning and bring history alive!

Speakers
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Ty Unrau

Teacher, Valley Center High School
15 years experience teaching Government
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Kaitlin Unrau

Teacher, Valley Center High School


Monday October 21, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
Dugan - Conference Center (B) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

2:10pm

You Can Do It: Tackling the Classroom-Based HGSS State Assessment!
Do you want to be prepared for the changing state assessment? Do you need help constructing assessment tasks and using the scoring rubrics? Then this session is for you. Remember, you can do it, and I am here to help!

Speakers
avatar for Don Gifford

Don Gifford

HGSS Educational Consultant, KSDE
Don taught for 32 years in 1A, 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A schools in Kansas. He left the classroom in 2010 for the State Department of Education. Don is the coordinator for Civic Engagement for KSDE and has supervised and facilitated History, Government, and Social Studies Standards (HGSS... Read More →


Monday October 21, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

3:00pm

Vendor Village
You have one last chance to visit the vendors before the door prize drawing!

Monday October 21, 2019 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Dugan - Conference Center (C) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

3:20pm

Closing Remarks/Door Prizes
Turn in your name badge for a chance to win a door prize!

Speakers
avatar for Emily Williams

Emily Williams

I teach U.S. History and AP U.S. History at Derby High School (USD 260). I am also an adjunct instructor for Newman University and president of the Kansas Council for History Education. My passions are history, learning, and inspiring a love of learning in others.
avatar for Nate McAlister

Nate McAlister

Teacher, Seaman High School


Monday October 21, 2019 3:20pm - 3:30pm
Dugan - Conference Center (A) Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213