Primary sources serve as a window to the past. They spark curiosity and engagement in social studies while building deep and enduring historical understandings. Join us to explore how to ignite inquiry-based blended learning experiences with authentic primary sources and complex text in your classrooms. Also, discover how to empower students to be agents in those meaningful learning experiences through various blended learning models. You will gain impactful strategies for using digital primary sources, rich text, and document-based questions from Infobase Spark’s new Diverse Perspectives in U.S. History and Primary Sources in U.S. History series.

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About the presenter:
Karie Gladis is an education consultant with extensive experience leading multiyear professional development, implementing curriculum, and coaching educators in districts and schools nationally and internationally. Karie is the author and editor of several resources on blended learning strategies, technology integration, problem-based learning, mathematics, and English language development. During her teaching career, she taught multiple subjects across grade levels. Karie received her Master’s in Urban Education with an emphasis on Teaching English as a Second Language from Florida International University, Miami, and her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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Spark Agency and Curiosity with Primary Sources and Social Studies Texts in Blended Learning Models

November 14, 2022 @ 4:30 pm-November 14, 2022 @ 5:30 pm