History & Social Science: Community of Practice
Region 4 History Social Science Community of Practice
The National Council for the Social Studies' College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework has four Dimensions: 1) Developing Questions and Planning Inquiries, 2) Applying Disciplinary Concepts and Tools,3) Evaluating Sources and Using Evidence, and 4) Communicating Conclusions and Taking Informed Action.
The California History/Social Science project is dedicated to providing the highest quality history instruction, with a special focus on English learners, native speakers with low literacy, and economically disadvantaged students.
Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) provides U.S. and World history resources, including formative assessment, and a document-based curriculum that can be taught to middle school and high school students.
Includes additions to the Ed. Code sections dealing with the course of study, classroom instruction, and instructional materials. Specifically, Ed. Code section 51204.5
The California Department of Education provides a list of linked resources for history-social science teachers. Additionally, the list below provides outstanding instructional resources promoting diversity and equity.
- KQED Education
- Facing History and Ourselves
- Teaching Tolerance
- Indigenous Peoples Resources
- Fort Ross & Salt Point Education Programs/Curriculum
- Marin Women League of Voters - Call to schedule a speaker to visit your class!
- Global Competency Matrix & Goals
- Faces of Genocide Curriculum & Video Link
- C3 Inquiries
- Connectivity Project