Best Middle School Social Studies Teaching Practices
Presenter: Jeremiah Clabough
Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 4-5pm ET

In this webinar, Jeremiah Clabough leads a discussion with different aspects of best middle school social studies teaching practices. He models four different activities that engage middle school students in inquiry-based activities that includes using primary sources and writing activities. The steps and resources to implement these four activities will be provided.

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Jeremiah Clabough
Dr. Jeremiah Clabough is an Assistant Professor of Social Science Education at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is a former middle and high school social studies teacher. He is the lead author of When the Lion Roars Everyone Listens: Scary Good Middle School Social Studies (Clabough, Turner, & Carano, 2017). His areas of research are teaching topics in civic education and integrating primary sources in the middle and high school social studies classroom.
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