NCSS Special Interest Communities connect members with interest in specific topics areas with the social studies to discuss the latest topics in their areas of interest, share resources and expand their professional networks. NCSS Special Interest Communities are open to all NCSS members.
To advocate for and support academic freedom for all educators.
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To explore issues facing African Americans in schools in general, and in the teaching and learning of social studies in particular; address topics involving curriculum, teaching methods and strategies, and general schooling philosophies as they relate to the African American experience in all institutional settings.
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The mission of the NCSS Asia Community is to promote and advance teaching and learning about Asia and to serve as a vehicle by which members can communicate, interact, and share ideas, research and common concerns pertaining to education about Asia.
To identify, prioritize, articulate, and promote sound and effective assessment principles and policies for 21st century social studies education.
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The Canada Community connects teachers,faculty, professional development providers and others whose interests include teaching about Canada, about American/Canadian history and relations, about the Canadian point of view, and about Canada's importance in the world.
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Welcome to the NCSS Citizenship Community!
The purpose of the Citizenship Community is to investigate, consider, and propose ways of defining, promoting, and enhancing effective citizenship within NCSS, the profession, school settings, and society.
We invite you to join us as we explore current topics surrounding civic education by keeping up-to-date on news, information, and research posted to this site, joining discussions on our discussion board, and working collaboratively to inform policies ...
To investigate, consider, and propose ways to define, promote and enhance the teaching of social studies at the early childhood and elementary grade levels in public and private schools throughout the world.
To provide a forum for the professional and personal development of social studies researchers, educators and practitioners dedicated to raising awareness about institutionalized injustice, exposing the ways in which historically justified discrimination has structured and continues to structure our society, and upholding social justice as a priority in Social Studies teaching and research.
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Our goal is to connect educators to each other and to promote awareness, understanding and facilitation of the dynamic and complex connections among the social studies disciplines and both environmental education (EE) and sustainability education (SE). This community will strive to provide a forum for NCSS members to network, discuss, advocate, and support programming, resource dissemination and professional development related to EE/SE and social studies.
Welcome to Friends of NCSS. We are a community dedicated to assisting NCSS in its mission of providing leadership, service, and support for all social studies educators. We stand ready to serve NCSS in various ways throughout the year as needs arise—and have fun doing it. Our aim is to to help sustain NCSS as the world’s premier professional organization for social studies educators.
The mission of the Geography Community is:
1. To promote geography education in the schools through the implementation of the National Geography Standards and the NCSS Standards.
2. To provide a net work for teachers of geography for the sharing of information.
3. To encourage the integration of the concepts of geography in social studies programs in meaningful and recognizable ways.
The Human Rights Education Community seeks to enrich the place of human rights and humanitarian law in social studies education.
To encourage and support the accurate teaching of American Indian, First Nations, and indigenous people groups through journal articles, conference sessions, tours, speakers, etc.
Members of the Instruction Community look for, discuss, and analyze best practices in instruction. We share resources and opinions. We ask each other for tips about teaching specific units. If you have ideas to share or would like an idea about an upcoming unit (e.g. the American Civil War), this community exists to serve as a forum. If you could use a teaching tip (e.g. classroom management), or if you'd like to share an idea or post an article or essay that you've written, again, we are a forum ...
To foster global awareness and global communication among social studies educators, share teaching resources with a global perspective, publicize and discuss global issues, and facilitate community among global minded NCSS members.
The Issues-Centered Community was founded for the purpose of introducing teachers to issues-centered approaches to teaching social studies and other school subjects, with the aim of helping teachers create stronger linkages between students' lives and the subjects, topics, issues, and themes they study in school.
The community brings together Social Studies educators interested in teaching about the Middle East.
To promote and facilitate communication between National Board Certified Social Studies teachers, teachers interested in pursuing board certification, university teachers and researchers, social studies curriculum leaders, and all educators interested in accomplished social studies teaching
The Non-Public School Community of the NCSS provides a forum for non-public social studies teachers and administrators to dialogue issues of common interest and concern, share resources, and encourage cooperation between public and non-public social studies educators.
Thank you for taking the first step in uniting yourself with other Psychology and AP Psychology teachers around the country. This website should provide you with a valuable communication tool.
Now the next thing you need to do is to oficially join the NCSS Psychology Community by completing the membership form listed below under “Become a Psychology Community Member” or email Daria Schaffeld at firstname.lastname@example.org. Membership dues are $30 for a lifetime membership. Once received, you will ...
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