Arizona Geographic Alliance

Geography Education and Literacy Arizona’s official advocate for a geographically literate society… The Arizona Geographic Alliance (AzGA) was founded in 1992 as part of a national network of state geography alliances sponsored by the National Geographic Society. AzGA currently has over 4,500 members and more than 160 teachers in its Teacher Consultant leadership cadre. Join the Arizona Geographic Alliance –

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ADE Social Studies Resources & Opportunities

Arizona Department of Education Standards Review Process College and Career Ready Academic Standards   Educator and School Excellence Resources. Also, check out the Social Studies Standards Resource Page. NEW SOCIAL STUDIES OPPORTUNITIES HAVE BEEN RECENTLY ADDED TO ADE Website! The Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records has numerous resources for educators: Digital Arizona Library (DAZL) Check out the monthly newsletter on the

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iCivics Arizona – Training for Teachers

Free training for teachers at Upper Elementary, Middle and High School Levels… Promote Civic Engagement Through iCivics.org 02/04/2017 9:00 am –4:30 pm Mesa Public School Curriculum Services Center iCivics Resources   iCivics Arizona is a program of the Arizona Supreme Court and the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education. The purpose of iCivics Arizona is to expand the use

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Arizona Council on Economic Education

Economics The Arizona Council on Economic Education is an organization of Arizona educators that promote economic education from kindergarten through college. For information on upcoming events, training, and resources visit their website at www.azecon.org The ACEE envisions a world where all school-aged children are empowered through economic and personal financial literacy to make informed and rational choices throughout their lives

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James Madison Legacy Project – We the People 2017

The James Madison Legacy Project brings the We the People: the Citizen and the Constitution curriculum into the classrooms of high-needs schools. This program strives to increase the number of highly effective civic education teachers through various professional development opportunities. The teachers in this program take their knowledge and assist students in achieving state civics and government standards. Students will

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2018 Arizona Archaeology Expo

The 2018 Arizona Archaeology Expo March 2018 – Stay posted for latest information. Check out details you might have missed at: Archaeology Expo 2017 Topawa, AZ One-day event only; don’t miss it! 10:00 am – 4 pm One of the exciting events taking place during 2018 Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month – For more info visit http://azstateparks.com/archy/     Post

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2017 Arizona Council for the Social Studies Annual Fall Conference

“Ready…Set…Global…” Mark your calendar … Saturday, October 21, 2017 at Camelback High School in Phoenix   The ACSS Annual Fall Conference promises to be a great and must-do event for Arizona’s K-12 teachers. You will be inspired by so many and have your own teaching validated and challenged at the same time, causing you to reflect on the many ways

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2018 Educators’ Conference on the Holocaust – March 1, 2018

The 26th Annual Educators’ Conference on the Holocaust Thursday  – March 1, 2018 4:15 pm to 9:00 pm Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale Bureau of Jewish Education – Phoenix Keynote speaker will be Jeannie Opdyke Smith, daughter of Polish rescuer, the late Irena Gut Opdyke. Irena wrote In My Hands – Memories of a Holocaust

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