Presented by Michelle Chen, Senior Producer, Kids’ Media and Education, The WNET Group; Lily Exantus, M.Ed., Program Coordinator, District of Columbia Public Schools; Dr. Charity Brown Griffin, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, and Director of the Minority Academic Achievement and Development Lab, Winston-Salem State University; and Dr. Pamela Walker, Assistant Professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences, Texas A&M University–San Antonio
Presented by Dr. Bernadette Kelley-Brown, Principal Investigator, African American History Task Force, and Associate Professor, Florida A&M University; and Brian Knowles, Manager, Office of African, African American, Latino, Holocaust, and Gender Studies, School District of Palm Beach County (FL)
Moderated by Mathew Kirouac, Senior Director, K12, EVERFI
Presented by Codie Eash, Director of Education and Museum Operations, Seminary Ridge Museum and Education Center; and Sharon Jackson Tice, Eighth-Grade American History Teacher, Downingtown Middle School (PA)
Presented by Sunil Singh, Educator, Speaker, Amplify Math Advisor, Amplify Math
Presented by Dr. Rebecca Erbelding, Historian, Levine Institute for Holocaust Education, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; and David Klevan, Education Outreach Specialist, Levine Institute for Holocaust Education, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Presented by Karrie Berglund, Director of Education, Digitalis Education Solutions, Inc.; and Kyle Doane, Education Specialist, Digitalis Education Solutions, Inc.
Moderated by Jim McVety, Managing Partner, First Step Advisors
Presented by Kara Boehne, Library Department Chair, Cumberland Valley School District (PA)
Join this edWebinar to learn how Mission US can help students experience personal, memorable connections with complex historical content, and continue deepening their learning amid today’s challenging circumstances
In this edWebinar, Peter Mabli, shares how integrate gaming with document-based activities and other resources in a range of learning environments.
This edWebinar discusses the importance of civil discourse to the health of a republic and provide teachers with tools to foster civil discourse.