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Updated 06.18.2013


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(Program includes complete descriptions for each session)



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Welcome!!

The Kentucky Educational Development Corporation and Southeast Educational Cooperative welcome you to our first TAH Network Summit. We have some very exciting presenters from major establishments that have researched their instructional approaches in the classrooms with successful rewards for their teachers. The professors will explain detailed content information to help all teachers have a depth of knowledge. And, teachers from our two Grants, AMTF and FLAG, will share with you their success and leadership. These next two days will contain vast information with a focus on Instructional Strategies, Student Engagement, Technology, and Historical Content.

Teaching American History (TAH)
The TAH Grant was created at the urging of the late United States Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia to address his concern that students today do not have adequate knowledge of traditional topics in American history. TAH grant funds may be used to provide professional development programs for teachers from kindergarten to twelfth grade in traditional American history topics. The grant presents a tremendous opportunity to provide new, innovative training programs for an underserved population. Within our cooperative, we have been working with two TAH Grants – FLAG and AMTF.


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Day 1 │Network Summit June 19, 2013

8:15
Registration Starts
(Lobby area Perkins Building)

9:00
Welcome & Introductions:
Guest Speaker (Quads A & B)




Time: 9:30 to 10:20
Making Content Accessible with Read&Write GOLD
210
Carroll
Instructional Strategies to use with Primary Sources
211
Maloley
Edmodo: Social Media for the Classroom
213
Doolin

Time: 9:30 to 11:20
Invasion! How has Immigration Changed America?
219
Combs
‘George Rogers Clark - Revolutionary War Hero’
Quad C
Hankla
Structures for Secondary Social Studies
Quad D
Dane

Time: 10:30 to 11:20
More than ABC’s
209
McGowan
Making Content Accessible with Read&Write GOLD
210
Carroll
Instructional Strategies to use with Primary Sources
211
Maloley
Edmodo: Social Media for the Classroom
213
Doolin
Music has the Power to Inspire: Rock through History
214
Arvin

Time: 12:00 to 12:50
More than ABC’s
209
McGowan
“Hook, Line & Thinker 2.0”
210
Yaden
Music has the Power to Inspire: Rock through History
214
Arvin

Time: 1:00 to 1:50
The Underground Railroad as Told Through Quilts
209
Turner
“Hook, Line & Thinker 2.0”
210
Yaden
From Margins to the Mainstream
211
Knoll
Finding Your Future in History
214
Roach
The Middle East in the Modern World
219
Eubank

Time: 1:00 to 2:50
‘George Rogers Clark - Revolutionary War Hero’
Quad C
Hankla
Structures for Secondary Social Studies
Quad D
Dane

Time: 2:00 to 2:50
NCIS: Egyptian Style
209
Turner
From Margins to the Mainstream
211
Knoll
Finding Your Future in History
214
Roach
The Origins of the Holocaust
219
Eubank

Day 2 │ Network Summit June 20, 2013


8:15
Registration Starts
(Lobby area Perkins Building)

9:00
Concluding Remarks: Guest Speaker (Quads A & B)




Time: 9:30 to 10:20
We Can Do It!! Inspire Reading in Social Studies
209
Arvin
1920s in Kentucky
210
Resor
"Five Myths about the Civil Rights Movement"
211
Dupont
Explore and Discover KET’s Resources …. Media
213
Warner
Standards Based Grading - Introduction
221
Goforth


Time: 9:30 to 11:20
Democratizing the DBQ
219
Brady
‘Henry Clay - Kentucky’s Greatest Statesman’
Quad C
McGee

Time: 10:30 to 11:20
We Can Do It!! Inspire Reading in Social Studies
209
Arvin
Prosperity and Poverty in the 1950s
210
Resor
"Using Key Sources …. the Civil Rights Movement"
211
Dupont
Explore and Discover KET’s Resources …. Media
213
Warner
The Expansion of America….. the Modern Presidency
214
Bowling
Standards Based Grading - Introduction
221
Goforth
Making History Come Alive with the iPad!
Quad D
Herlihy

Time: 12:00 to 12:50
Walk in their Shoes: Creative & Interactive Approach..
211
Lawler
The Expansion of America….. the Modern Presidency
214
Bowling
Preparing for the World Language Program Review
221
VanHouten
iPad Apps for the History Classroom
Quad D
Herlihy

Time: 1:00 to 1:50
Colonization
209
Wood
Walk in their Shoes: Creative & Interactive Approach..
211
Lawler
A Nation Transformed: America after the Civil War
214
Vivan
Preparing for the World Language Program Review
221
VanHouten


Time: 1:00 to 2:50
Democratizing the DBQ
219
Brady
‘Henry Clay - Kentucky’s Greatest Statesman’
Quad C
McGee
Integrating the iPad in the Classroom
Quad D
Herlihy

Time: 2:00 to 2:50
The American Revolution
209
Wood
Q & A - Walk in their Shoes – Holocaust Survivor
211
Lawler
A Nation Transformed: America after the Civil War
214
Vivan