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    • 15 Jan 2017
    • 07 Apr 2017
    • History Colorado Center

    CONFERENCE PROGRAM ADVERTISING

    The conference program will provide an excellent opportunity for you to receive added exposure and to update a key audience of preK-16 educators on your newest and most important products and services.  The program will guide participants through the conference with listings of concurrent sessions, maps, meals, and, of course, exhibitor information.

            

    Approximately 400 copies of this 8 1/2"x11" program will be printed for distribution to those attending the conference. 


    PLACEMENT/SIZE OF AD

    COST

    Back page or inside cover

    $125.00

    Inside full page

    $100.00

    Inside half page

    $50.00

    Quarter inside page (as space allows)

    $25.00

    Send print-ready copy in pdf format by email to Chris Elnicki, celnicki@cherrycreekschools.org

    Please pay online or make checks payable to the Colorado Council for the Social Studies and mail to PO Box 2623, Colorado Springs, CO 80901. 


    • 01 Mar 2017
    • Columbus, Ohio

    Join us this summer to learn about the internationally-significant sites of the Hopewell and Fort Ancient cultures in Ohio: the Newark Earthworks, Fort Ancient, the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, and Serpent Mound. Attending Summer Scholars will experience these sites with expert scholars who will bring the sites to life; and learn about archeological methodology and teaching historic sites from practicing archaeologists and site educators. The one-week workshop will be run twice, July 9-14 and July 23-28, 2017, and is based in Columbus, Ohio. The program is free for accepted applicants and includes a stipend to aid in covering travel and other expenses. Teachers who have previously attended this workshop are not eligible. Applications are due March 1, 2017. For more information and application instructions, visit http://hopewell.creativelearningfactory.org

     

    For Twitter: Join @CrLFactory, @OhioHistory & @HopewellOhioNPS to learn about ancient American Indians this summer. App info: hopewell.creativelearningfactory.org


    • 14 Apr 2017
    • History Colorado Center
    • 5

    Connecting Colorado Students to Their Worlds: Artifacts, Exhibits, and Bridges to the Future.

    If you are interested in exhibiting please read the information below and then send your name, company name and information about your company to Scott Van Tatenhoven at svantate@psdschools.org you will then receive the code to complete the registration process. 


    EXHIBIT DATE AND TIME

                Exhibit hours are scheduled from 7 a. m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday April 14, 2017. There will be exclusive viewing time scheduled from 10:30 to 11:10 a.m.  Set-up time takes place early the morning of the conference. Exhibiting will take in the main hall of the museum, where the large Colorado map is displayed in the floor.

    LOCATION

                The conference will be held at the History Colorado Center. Information about shipments of materials prior to the conference will be shared in the follow up.

    EXHIBIT FEES

                Fees are $175 for a single space and $275 for a double space.  If you are a non-profit organization exhibit will cost $125 for a single space and $225 for a double space. Exhibit area includes a 6’x 30” table with skirting.  Electrical hookups, 110 volts, are available.

    EXHIBIT SPACE RESERVATION

                Please complete the registration form. Make sure you include company name and representative names (who will man the table) for the conference program on the form. Pay online or send a check payable to Colorado Council for the Social Studies and mail to PO Box 2623, Colorado Springs CO 80901.  All exhibit reservations and payments should be submitted no later than February 1, 2017.  Space is VERY limited. 

    QUESTIONS ABOUT EXHIBITING

    Please contact Scott VanTatenhoven at svantate@psdschools.org

    CONFERENCE PROGRAM ADVERTISING

    The conference program will provide an excellent opportunity for you to receive added exposure and to update a key audience of preK-16 educators on your newest and most important products and services.  The program will guide participants through the conference with listings of concurrent sessions, maps, meals, and, of course, exhibitor information.

            

    Approximately 400 copies of this 8 1/2"x11" program will be printed for distribution to those attending the conference. 


    PLACEMENT/SIZE OF AD

    COST

    Back page or inside cover

    $125.00

    Inside full page

    $100.00

    Inside half page

    $50.00

    Quarter inside page (as space allows)

    $25.00

    Send print-ready copy in pdf format by email to Chris Elnicki, celnicki@cherrycreekschools.org

    Please pay online or make checks payable to the Colorado Council for the Social Studies and mail to PO Box 2623, Colorado Springs, CO 80901. 


    • 14 Apr 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • History Colorado Center

    A classroom is the intersection of multiple worlds converging into one dynamic, a community. The stories, experiences, and encounters we bring with us each day influence our perspective. In order to understand our current reality or plan for the future, we must look back at our past. The 2017 Colorado Council for the Social Studies conference is partnering with the History Colorado Museum (insert other partner agencies) to provide participants with an in depth examination of the past to understand the current landscape throughout the state, nation and world. Scholars of history, geography, economics, and civics will be presented with an opportunity to examine artifacts, tour exhibits, and learn from one another. The bridges that are built on this day have the potential to impact social studies classrooms and students throughout the state and beyond. 

    • 08 Jul 2017
    • 29 Jul 2017
    • Los Angeles

    Political and Constitutional Theory for Citizens:  National Academy for Civics and Government 


    The Center for Civic Education is delighted to announce that the National Endowment for the Humanities has made a grant that will allow the Center to offer a three-week NEH Summer Institute in the summer of 2017 entitled Political and Constitutional Theory for Citizens: The National Academy for Civics and Government. The Institute will be held in Los Angeles July 8–29, 2017, and the academic director is Will Harris. It will be open to educators from public and private high schools, middle schools, and upper elementary schools. The Institute, through a grant provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, will provide 25 Americans and up to five international educators the opportunity to engage in serious study and seminar-style discussion of basic ideas of political theory, the principles of the founding of the Constitution of the United States, and the values of American constitutional democracy. Applications will be available on the Center’s website (civiced.org) in late fall. 


    For information please contact John Hale at Hale@civiced.org.


    • 08 Jul 2017
    • 29 Jul 2017
    • Los Angeles, CA

    The Center for Civic Education will offer a three-week National Academy for Civics and Government Summer Institute in the summer of 2017 titled Political and Constitutional Theory for Citizens: The National Academy for Civics and Government. The Institute will be held in Los Angeles on July 8-29, 2017. It will be open to educators from public and private high schools, middle schools, and upper elementary schools. The Institute, through a grant provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, will provide 25 Americans and up to five international educators the opportunity to engage in serious study and seminar-style discussion of basic ideas of political theory, the principles of the founding of the Constitution of the United States, and the values of American constitutional democracy. The director of the Institute is the nationally renowned scholar William Harris of the University of Pennsylvania.

    National Academy for Civics and Government


    • 12 Oct 2017
    • 13 Oct 2017
    • Colorado Supreme Court Building

    The Colorado Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates’ Teachers Law School is an intensive, hands-on learning experience with the best trial lawyers and judges, as well as the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court. This two-day program takes place in the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center in downtown Denver, and consists of presentations, tours of judges’ chambers, court rooms and courthouses, and a hosted dinner and cocktail reception complete with a mock “jury selection” by some of Colorado’s finest trial attorneys.

     

    Presentation topics include the federal, state and local court systems, the history of the civil jury trial, teacher’s liability, social media in the classroom, and other relevant legal issues unique to teaching civics in middle and high school classrooms. There is no cost to participate, and ABOTA offers substitute teacher stipends to those who qualify. Space is limited. Please contact John R. Rodman at jrodman@jrodlaw.comfor more information on this wonderful program.

Past events

07 Jan 2017 American Historical Association Meeting
11 Nov 2016 James Otis Lecture Series
28 Oct 2016 Media Images Shaping History
15 Oct 2016 Integrating the Social Studies Across Colorado History
17 Jun 2016 Holocaust Museum Educator Workshop
07 Jun 2016 Educator Seminar: The Reconstruction Era and the Fragility of Democracy
06 Jun 2016 James Madison Legacy Project: Professional Development for Civics Teachers
08 Apr 2016 29th Annual CCSS Conference
08 Mar 2016 Inspire Colorado Youth Led Candidate Forum
05 Mar 2016 4th Grade Social Studies Workshop
26 Feb 2016 Teacher Librarain Day
25 Feb 2016 Mizel Museum Sip n Paint
23 Feb 2016 History and Resistance of Jewish Partisans
20 Feb 2016 Academic World Quest
19 Feb 2016 Genocide Awareness Breakfast and Auction
04 Feb 2016 Legacy of the Civil War
04 Feb 2016 “Rethinking the Gilded Age and Progressivisms: Race, Capitalism, and Democracy, 1877 to 1920”
04 Feb 2016 Final Call for NCSS Proposal to Present at national conference
01 Feb 2016 Gilder Leherman Institute Teacher Seminars
28 Jan 2016 How We Live Together: A Community Conversation with Diana Hess
14 Jan 2016 Lecture on Charles Lang Freer and Japanese Ceramics
05 Dec 2015 Ashbrook Center Seminar on the evolution of American freedom in our Democracy
26 Nov 2015 The Great Thanksgiving Listen
21 Nov 2015 Middle East Outreach Council Educators’ Workshop: Dimensions of Diversity in the Middle East
19 Nov 2015 Testimony in the Classroom
15 Nov 2015 Geography Awareness Week 2015
13 Nov 2015 95th NCSS Annual Conference in New Orleans
10 Nov 2015 COLORADO CIVIC HEALTH NETWORK FALL CONVENING
08 Nov 2015 CHURCHILL FOR SCHOOLS Teaching Modern World History Using Churchill Archives
04 Nov 2015 Dinner at the Fed
01 Nov 2015 Colorado Environmental Film Festival Poster Contest Entries Due
28 Oct 2015 "Genocide in the 21st Century: It's Still Happening"
27 Oct 2015 Picturing Modernization: Teaching Late 19th Century Japan in the World with MIT's Visualizing Cultures
23 Oct 2015 Songs of East Asia
23 Oct 2015 Help Facing History Win $100,000
23 Oct 2015 “Watchers of the Sky: Imagining an End to Genocide”
15 Oct 2015 Free Webinars! Meeting Literacy Standards with Facing History
18 Sep 2015 One-Day Seminars: Religion & Reform: Three Episode in American History – Hosted by The Colorado Springs School (Colorado Springs, CO)
03 Aug 2015 Lessons on Local Government
02 Aug 2015 Peace Concert
29 Jul 2015 Democratizing the DBQ
15 Jul 2015 2015 Arthur and Rochelle Belffer National Conference for Educators
13 Jul 2015 Financial Literacy 101
29 Jun 2015 Voices Across Time: Teaching American History Through Song

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