Get ready for three great days of high quality Social Studies sessions, keynotes, and dinner conversation with teachers from across Washington State! Connect with others at Campbells resort the weekend of March 3rd, 4th, and 5th as you explore this year's theme of Advocacy and Allyship.
Keynote speakers will discuss historical and current issues that highlight courageous actions by those who stand with and for others, like Carl Wilkins (the only American to remain in Rwanda during the genocide in 1994).
Breakout sessions will deepen your content knowledge in civil and human rights issues (past and present) and meaningful ways to encourage allyship and advocacy in your students. Extended Saturday workshops will get participants up and moving to explore local case studies.
Remember, if you can find three more teachers from your district to come with you, we'll let you register AT COST! Plus, you can find out what really makes them tick on the drive to Chelan. Fire up those grant applications, because it's time for the Spring Conference!