|Course Number:||EDU 5515 C34|
|Location:||Norwich Historical Society, Norwich|
|Dates and Times:||
July 9-August 15, 2019
|Credits:||3 Graduate Credits|
Note: Course payment is payable and due to Flow of History. Please register directly with Flow of History. Flow of History will then give you the link to Castleton's online registration form.
The Institute offered by the Flow of History. It is a methods course designed to strengthen the history content knowledge of teachers in grades 3 through 8 and to introduce the use of cross curricular investigations. The institute will follow a C3 Inquiry Framework with workshops on developing historical questions, making thinking visible, investigating primary sources, and sharing new understandings through story. Participants reflect on classroom practice and develop an inquiry project for their students as a final assignment.
(Flow of History provides all reading materials)
Margaret Smith Crocco, “Investigating a Neighborhood: An Activity Using the C3 Framework” from Social Studies and the Young Learner (2014)
Richard Ewald, exerpts from Proud to Live Here (2003)
Amy von Heyking, “Historical Thinking in the Elementary Years: A Review of Current Research
Natalie Kinsey-Warnock, Wilderness Cat and The Bear that Heard Crying
David Sobel, “The Geography of Childhood,” from Mapmaking with Children (1998)