Poster Sessions

NCHE Poster Sessions
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Friday, March 20

  Room #1  
  Language as Evidence: Using Swahili to Understand East African History
Eric Beckman, Anoka High School
  Case Maker: Customized Story-Driven Challenges for Middle Schoolers
Using Library of Congress Primary Sources 

Layla Masri, Bean Creative 
  Performative Argumentation: Primary Sources in the Music Classroom
Noah Goodman, Education Development Center and 
Lynn Tuttle, National Association for Music Education
  Supporting Students Who Are English Learners to Participate in Historical Inquiry
Mina Hernandez-Garcia and Mary Schleppegrell, University of Michigan 
  Blending Best Practices in Teaching with Primary Sources and Technology 
to Improve Student Engagement and Outcomes

Victoria (Tory) Van Voorhis, Second Avenue
  Connecting Literature and Primary Sources
NCTE Staff, National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
  Room #2  
  Teaching American History through Presidential Elections
Michael Ferguson, Post University
  Your Vote, Your Voice, Our Democracy: The 19th Amendment at 100
Tiffany Middleton and Howard Kaplan, American Bar Association
  Teaching Civil Rights Using Primary Sources from the Library of Congress and Local Archives
Elizabeth Osborn and Susan Tomlinson, Indiana Council for the Social Studies (ICSS) 
  Cotsen Family Foundation for the Art of Teaching and UCLA Lab School: 
Using Primary Sources to Create Communities of Curious Critical Thinkers in Elementary Schools 
Judith Kantor and Sylvia Gentile, UCLA Lab School
  Decide and Design: Wise-Practice Use of Historical Photographs from the Library of Congress
Cory Callahan, The University of Alabama
  Connecting Library of Congress Resources to the Implementation of
New State Social Studies Standards

Harris C. Payne, Nebraska Department of Education
 
  Room #3  
  Women’s Rights and the White House:
A Historical Examination of Presidents and First Ladies and Ratifying the Nineteenth Amendment

Jess Gagliardi, Adams State University
 
  Celebrating Mother’s Day with Rosa Parks: 
Engaging Young Children in Historical Inquiry with the KidCitizen Interactive

Ilene R. Berson and Michael J. Berson, University of South Florida, and Bert Snow, Snow & Co 
  Bring Primary Sources to Life with Students' Questions  
Andrew Minigan and Sarah Westbrook, The Right Question Institute
  Cultivating Curiosity: Engaging Students with Primary Sources through Arts Integration
Jena Sibille, Fulton County Schools
  Expanding Citizenship: What Does It Mean to be an American
Kira Duke and Layla Smallwood, Middle Tennessee State University
  Driving Student Research and Teaching Historical
Argumentation with Library of Congress Resources

Cathy Gorn and Lynne O’Hara, National History Day
 
  Room #4  
  Indian Education for All--NOW!
Jacqueline Dukes, Hudson City School District

  Primary Sources for Mexican American History
Omar Valerio-Jimenez, University of Texas San Antonio 
  Remembering America’s Past, Creating America’s Future
Julie Schaul, Barat Education Foundation – Citizen U® 
  Book Bentos: Using Historical Fiction to Increase Relevancy of Primary Source Materials
Emily G. Miller, University of Indianapolis
  Communicating with Music Primary Sources in the History Classroom
Carolyn Bennett, Former Library of Congress Teacher in Residence
  Educating with Evidence en Español: Primary Sources and Artifacts Curriculum
Grant Miller and Salvador Gonzalez, Southern Illinois University
  Room #5
  Are Computers Good for Humans? 
A Historical Look at the Development of the Computer and Its Impact on Society
Gay Thistle, TPS Eastern Region
  Free Civics Interactives for Your Classroom: Play Engaging Congress
Elizabeth OsbornAnne BonoCasey Brinegar, and Valerie Peña
Indiana University Center on Representative Government 
  Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Teachers Network
Mary Johnson, Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Teachers Network
  Busting Rhymes and Changing Minds: 
How Primary Sources Can Take Center Stage in Your Classroom

Leigh Hallisey, FableVision
  Eagle Eye Citizenship: Online Interactives, Historical Thinking, and Civics in a Digital Age 
Nate Sleeter, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University
  Culturally Relevant Pedagogy with Primary Sources
Jessica Ellison and Kara Knight, Minnesota Historical Society
  The History of European Antisemitism: The Longest Hatred
Andrew Askuvich, Institute for Curriculum Services

Saturday, March 21

Room #1
Expanding Audiences: English Learners, Students with Disabilities, & Grades K-5 
Rich Cairn and Alison Noyes, Collaborative for Educational Services
Look Back. See Further: Teaching with Primary Sources in and through the Arts
Catherine Cooney and Patricia Vogel, The University of the Arts
Reading Like a Historian Curriculum and Beyond the Bubble Assessments: 
Free Document-Based Materials

Mark Smith, Stanford History Education Group
Warrior Spirit Consortium: The Legacy of Honor Project
Cheryl Hughes, Warrior Spirit Consortium Group
Inspiring Inquiry through Online Text
Ashanté Horton, National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS)
The American Archive pf Public Broadcasting (AAPB)
Tom Bober, School District of Clayton, MO and AAPB Education Advisory Committe Co-Chair
Room #2
Folk Songs of the Western United States: Building a Unique Resource for Teachers
Anne Laskey, Kodály Center for Music Education
Teaching Supreme Court Cases to Middle School Students Using Primary Sources
Jennifer Wheeler, Street Law
Women & the American Story (WAMS) - wams.nyhistory.org
Mia Nagawiecki, New-York Historical Society
Journalism Matters: Key Moments in U.S. History Using News-Based Primary Sources
Vic Pasquantonio, PBS NewsHour
Time and Space: Story Maps Engage Student Inquiry
Georgeanne Hribar
, Virginia Geographic Alliance
Who Will Win My Vote? 
Presidential Candidates and Campaign Issues Past, Present, and Future
Ann Canning, TPS Eastern Region
Room #3
From Jamestown to Yesterday: LGBTQ History in the Classroom
Kathleen Barker, History UnErased
From Slavery to Freedom, Using Slave Narratives to Activate Literacy
Keith Patterson, Kile Clabuagh, and Roland Shendel, Metropolitan State University Denver 
Research on Transformative Learning in a Teaching with Primary Sources 
“Community of Practice”: Missouri’s Geo-History, Migration, and Immigration Inquiries

Sarah Coppersmith, Lindenwood University
Viewing the History of the Abolition of Slavery in North America through an Economic Lens
Anthony Zambelli, San Diego Center for Economic Education
Reaching Rural Appalachia with Primary Sources
Bridget Morton and Tom Destino, Mars Hill University
Seeking the Seminole Indians
Laurie Boulden, Warner University 
Time Snap: Virtual Reality in the History Classroom
Noah Goodman and Bill Tally, Education Development Center
 
Room #4
Hey, Hey! Ho, Ho! Picture Books & Primary Sources Are the Way to Go!!
Jan Davis and Janet Bass, Oklahoma Department of Libraries
Maximizing Music's Connections to Social Studies 
Johanna J. Siebert, National Association for Music Education
TPS Mississippi: Primary Sources in VR, AR, and Stereographs
Nicole C. Miller, Paul E. Binford, and Kenneth V. Anthony, Mississippi State University
Teaching History Backward:
The Curious Case of Why a Telephone Exhibit Was Viewed from End to Start

Amy Stephens, Edmond Historical Society & Museum
Learning to Teach All Over Again: Teachers' Reflections on Using Primary Source 
Analysis to Engage English Learners in Critical Democratic Discussions

Andrea Kolb, CSIU-Center for Schools and Communities
Discipline-Based Art Education, Teaching with Primary Sources, and
Critical Visions of Women in History

Thomas Lucey, Illinois State University
Room #5
Free, Downloadable K-12 Primary Source Sets 
Jennifer Cooley, State Historical Museum of Iowa
Reflection as Assignment, Assessment, and Evaluation When Using TPS Resources
Elizabeth James, Marshall University 
TPS Regional Grants Program: 
Provide Professional Development through a TPS Regional Grant

TPS Regional Program Staff from Waynesburg University (Eastern Region);
Illinois State University (Midwest Region);
Metropolitan State University of Denver (Western Region)
Tried and Tested TPS PD Models from the Virginia Partnership--for Teachers Everywhere
Sherry Levitt and Cynthia Szwajkowski, Virginia Partnership
Using iCivics' DBQuest to Answer BIG Questions
Lora De Salvo and Molly Launceford, iCivics
Using Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies in the Elementary Social Studies Classroom
Amy Wilkinson and Barbara O’Donnell, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Room #6
Primary Sources for Mexican American History
Omar Valerio-Jimenez, University of Texas San Antonio 
Educating with Evidence en Español: Primary Sources and Artifacts Curriculum
Grant Miller and Salvador Gonzalez, Southern Illinois University
Supporting Students Who Are English Learners to Participate in Historical Inquiry
Mina Hernandez-Garcia and Mary Schleppegrell, University of Michigan 
Connecting Library of Congress Resources to the
Implementation of New State Social Studies Standards

Harris C. Payne, Nebraska Department of Education
 
Culturally Relevant Pedagogy with Primary Sources
Jessica Ellison and Kara Knight, Minnesota Historical Society
Indian Education for All--NOW!
Jacqueline Dukes, Hudson City School District

Communicating with Music Primary Sources in the History Classroom
Carolyn Bennett, Former Library of Congress Teacher in Residence

 


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