Date(s) - Thursday, October 29, 2020
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Learn inquiry-based strategies for teaching with primary sources from the Georgia Historical Society.
About this Event
Want to learn more about historical inquiry and how to implement it into your classroom? Join GHS Education Coordinator Lisa Landers in a one-hour, interactive webinar where she will illustrate inquiry-based strategies from the new “‘And That’s the Way It Is’: Television and the Cold War” Inquiry Kit.
This professional development webinar will take a deep dive into how to utilize the “‘And That’s the Way It Is’: Television and the Cold War” Inquiry Kit in your classroom. Learn about the Inquiry Design Model, including inquiry-based strategies and activities designed to help students explore uniquely curated primary source sets from late-20th-century Georgia and United States history.
Participants will take away valuable information regarding effective primary source exploration strategies for teaching in remote or in-person classroom settings. Access and explore the materials for the “‘And That’s the Way It Is’: Television and the Cold War” Inquiry Kit online at the GHS website for free.
Participation in this professional development program is free but requires registration.