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Inquiry(K-5)

Inquiry (K-5):  This session will provide an overview of how an inquiry model of instruction should frame an integrated approach to teaching history-social science that includes history, geography, economics, civics, and the humanities in the elementary and secondary grades by addressing the question How does inquiry factor into the new HSS Framework? Moreover, it will emphasize the importance of introducing students to primary sources and different ways to analyze and contextualize them in nearly every setting.

Presentation Team:

  • Lisa Hutton, CSU Dominguez Hills History Project
  • Michelle Herczog, LACOE
  • Molly Snider, Mendocino COE
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