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Teaching Comprehensive History Webinar Series - 2023
The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) identifies teaching comprehensive history as an important effort supporting Michigan’s Top 10 Strategic Education Plan. An essential part of MDE’s efforts to improve comprehensive history instruction is to support teachers with opportunities to expand their knowledge to educate students.

Beginning in January 2023, the series of free virtual webinars continues with the following topics: Civil War Amendments Up to the Civil Rights Movement (January), Civil Rights Movement, National and Michigan Views (February), Equal Rights Movement (March), Intersection of Civil Rights Movement and Equal Rights Movement (April), Disability Rights Movement (April/May), Labor Rights Movement (May), and Social Studies Classroom Practice and Pedagogy (June).

Presenters will help educators learn more about movements in and aspects of history. This content aligns to multiple grade levels of Michigan’s K-12 social studies standards, approved by the Michigan State Board of Education in 2019. The Teaching Comprehensive History webinars can be helpful learning for educators in all roles and responsibilities.
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.

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