#sstlap has been helping Social Studies teachers connect to create engaging learning experiences based on Dave Burgesses book, Teach Like A Pirate. The chat has been running on Thursday nights at 8 CST which is the same time as #inquirychat run by two great social studies educators who are passionate about creating learning experiences based on providing students opportunities to engage in the subject matter in more meaningful ways.
Tonight's chat is going to combine these two great chats for a discussion to not only expand our connect and methodology knowledge, but also help teachers connect with each other and find new resources to make all of our classrooms the engaging, dynamic learning experiences we strive for.
Tonight's topic will be about ....
Q1 How do you show/represent differ POV for Ss in your lessons? Especially POV you don't have-ie.Native American, etc. #sstlap #inquirychat
Q2 How do/can you bring outside resources/people into class who represent different POV to create experience? #sstlap #inquirychat
Q3 When you can't be there, how can you/do you create a real world experience for your Ss? (virtual field trip ex.) #sstlap #inquirychat
Q4 How do you create real world assessments/projects for your Ss? #sstlap #inquirychat
Q5 How can/will you connect with other classes to expand Ss experience and make the lesson audience more real world? #sstlap #inquirychat
Q6 What is the biggest takeaway you have from tonight's conversation? #sstlap #inquirychat
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