Best Middle School Social Studies Teaching Practices
Presenter: Jeremiah Clabough
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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.
The activities discussed in this webinar are extension activities of those advocated for in the middle school social studies methods book, When the Lion Roars Everyone Listens: Scary Good Middle School Social Studies, published by AMLE.
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.