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    Thanks for joining us and contributing to our learning community. Please follow the links below to access information from the 2011 History Colloquium.

    Opening presentation - Jim Cameron

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    Becoming and Being an American:

    Leadership and Values in the Development of National Identity

    Presented by

    The National Council for History Education

    Ottawa Area ISD, Holland, MI w February 24-26, 2011

    Click here for a tentative agenda                        **Pre-reading**

    Colloquium Leadership Team                                                

    Dale Steiner, CSU-Chico (CA)                                                               

    Jim Cameron, Michigan Council for History Education                             

    JoAnn Fox, Retired Educator (IN)

    Joan Musbach, Webster University (MO)


    Colloquium Goals

    wExplore the work of historians.

    wExpand knowledge of at least one historical episode.

    wDemonstrate effective ways of presenting historical knowledge.

    wEnhance skills in identifying, analyzing and evaluating

    print and non-print resources.

    wDevelop History’s Habits of the Mind and demonstrate

    how to use History’s Vital Themes and Narratives as

    principles for selection of content.

    wInvolve participants in sharing ideas and information that they can

    apply in their classrooms to improve the teaching of American history.

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    The Michigan Joint Education Conference (MIJEC) will be at Coopersville HS, Wednesday, June 22. This conference may allow you to present what you do in class, if you propose a topic session by April 18. Read details below. Greg Dykhouse

    MIJEC 2011
    MCSS invites you to the Michigan Joint Educational Conference (MiJEC). The purpose of the Michigan Joint Educational Conference is to establish widespread use of highly relevant integrated curriculum in Michigan Schools. This conference is sponsored by the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) , Michigan Association of Middle School Educators (MAMSE) , Michigan Council for Social Studies (MCSS) , Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) and the Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA).

    The conference will be held on June 22, 2011 at Coopersville High School.

    For more information and registration please visit the MiJEC website at www.mijec.org
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