Teaching with DBQs: Engaging Students in Historical Inquiry and Thinking - 28873
Looking for ways to teach history through an inquiry approach? Looking for resources that allow students to investigate historical questions from a variety of perspectives? Looking for strategies to engage students with primary sources and historical thinking? Document-based questions (DBQs) are often used as a way to assess a student's historical and analytical thinking skills and argumentative writing abilities. Using engaging questions and primary sources from multiple perspectives, DBQs can also be used to teach historical content, literacy, and thinking skills in a student-centered approach. This workshop will provide strategies, resources, and approaches for teaching with DBQs with all students, because thinking is for everyone!
Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Teacher - General Education
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Seats Left 40
Registration Deadline 9/27/2022
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Keith Hyndshaw DBQ Project
Offered Again On
- 9/27/2022 9:00 am
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