Arizona History and Social Science Standards (Adopted 10.22.2018)
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HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE STANDARDS SUPPORT MATERIALS
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The Economics of Love and Romance - Feb. 2
- As Valentine's Day approaches, show your middle and high school students that economics is anything but dismal by linking key economic concepts to romantic relationships.
- How can market forces help us understand the dating scene? How do incentives and opportunity cost impact relationship decision-making? We'll explore these ideas and more, highlighting classroom activities along the way.
- Virtual PD opportunity
- LINK TO REGISTER
Kickoff Your Financial Future Poster Contest - SUBMIT BY FEB. 2
- This student competition offers a $500 cash prize.
- All entries must be submitted online by Feb. 3.
- Artwork should show how the Super Bowl is connected to economics, personal finance, career planning, or entrepreneurship!
- For AZ students in grades K-12
- CLICK HERE FOR THE CONTEST FLYER AND INFO
Charting a Path to Teach Indigenous History - FEB 16
- This seminar will help educators address the problem of textbook maps in the classroom, and ways to use historical maps to their advantage—making maps talking points and powerful visual aids for understanding the presence and power of Indigenous nations and people throughout North American history as well as for understanding the unique status and rising influence of Native nations today.
- February 16 at 7 pm EST
- FREE WEBINAR through NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER
- Link for more information and to register
Volunteer Opportunity - Meals From The Heartland
- Meals From the Heartland is looking for volunteers for the February 2-4, 2023 event.
- More details and registration can be found here.
Gilder Lehrman American History Teacher of the Year
- Nominate a middle or high school teacher today for the Gilder Lehrman American History Teacher of the Year
- Deadline to nominate is April 30, 2023.
Linda Burrows, Director of K-12 Social Studies and World and Native Languages
Hannah Rude, K-12 Social Studies and World and Native Languages Specialist