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This conference experience will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to gamify your social studies classroom curricula! Attend sessions on pedagogy, social studies content, and gamification methods to support English learners. Hands-on sessions will engage attendees on an integrated approach to supporting language and content learning through gaming elements to increase interest, lower affective filter, and provide choice in learning content through language. There will also be workshops, demonstrations, and work sessions to gamify a social studies lesson to use in your classroom for English/multilingual learners.

K-12 Social Studies Gamification Conference
Engaging emergent multilingual teacher leaders

 

Clermont, Florida | March 15 - 20, 2024
Registration Deadline: January 21, 2024

Questions? dianne.mckee@asu.edu

  • Eligibility: You must be a K-12 classroom teacher (seniors who are student teaching can attend as long as you are in a K-12 classroom and graduate May 2024)
     

  • Conference Fee: FREE! However, due to space limitations registration will be limited.
     

  • Location: Clermont, Florida (nearest airport is Orlando International) 
     

  • Parking: there is free parking at venue
     

  • Transportation/Lodging: On your own

    Program: available soon

Conference Highlights 

  • Learn how to support multilingual learners
    & English learners

  • Belong to the GeoCivics Educator Network

  • Deepen pedagogical and content knowledge

  • Learn how to 'gamify' a social studies lesson

  • Identify effective strategies to support emergent multilingual learners in the social studies classroom

  • Gain valuble social studies resources

  • Explore and practice educational tech

  • Earn professional development hours for attending
     

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