See Carolina K-12 at the NC Council for the Social Studies Conference
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: Building the Future of Social Studies
February 28-March 1, 2019
Carolina K-12 will be presenting at the NC Council for the Social Studies Conference at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro this year.
The Destruction of Syria
Thursday, February 28, 2-3pm, Colony A
Join Carolina K-12 & the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies for a session on Syria, including a presentation by a UNC scholar, discussion, and resources for teaching about Syria and the refugee crisis.
In this session, a UNC scholar will share historical information about the invention of Syria, independence, governance over time, and revolutionary movements that have left Syria in total chaos. Presenters will answer audience questions about Syria, and Carolina K-12 & the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies will share free classroom resources for teaching about Syria and the refugee crisis. Teachers will deepen content knowledge of Syria and receive teaching strategies and resources.
A Red Record: Revealing Lynching Sites in North Carolina
Thursday, February 28, 2-3pm, Grandover East
Join us to explore the histories and legacies of lynching, a part of an often “hidden” narrative of white supremacy that violently attempted to write out black success, families & personhood.
This presentation explores the histories and legacies of lynching, an often “hidden” part of a narrative of white supremacy that attempted to write out Black success, Black families, and Black personhood. In addition to exploring this complex history, participants will learn about the Red Record website as well as a free professional development opportunity,Teaching Hard History to be hosted in May 2019.
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