Take the Zinn Education Project to Your Next Conference January 25, 2014

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Bookmarks and booklets are available for distributing at upcoming conferences, workshops, and events. Request materials here.

If you are planning to attend conferences, workshops, or events with other teachers and teacher educators, you can request Zinn Education Project materials to distribute. We have available updated bookmarks and a 16-page booklet featuring our most popular teaching activity, The People vs. Columbus et al. Use this online form to request materials.

See other ways you can help promote the Zinn Education Project on our Support page.

View conferences where the Zinn Education Project will have a presence.

 

State, Local and Regional Social Studies Conferences (NCSS affiliates)
Feb. 1
New York, NY

Ass. of Teachers of Social Studies/United Fed of Teachers Social Studies Conference
Feb. 20-21
Greensboro, NC

North Carolina Council for the Social Studies
Feb. 21-22
Falls Church, VA

Middle States Council for the Social Studies
Mar. 1
Reno, NV

Northern Nevada Council for the Social Studies 
Mar. 2-3
Bloomington, MN

Minnesota/Great Lakes
Mar. 6-7
Gatlinburg, TN

Tennessee Council for the Social Studies

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Mar. 7-9
Los Angeles, CA

California Council for the Social Studies
Mar. 16-17
Middleton, WI

Wisconsin Council for the Social Studies
Mar. 21
Peoria, IL

Illinois Council for the Social Studies 
Mar. 27-29
Albany, NY

New York State Council for the Social Studies
Apr. 7-9
Sturbridge, MA

Massachusetts Council for the Social Studies (NERC) 
Apr. 18
Greenwood Village, CO

Colorado Council for the Social Studies

 

There is one comment:

  • Congratulations to you all! I am interested in materials as I am an English teacher in México. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, I had the opportunity to read “A People´s History” while in Nicaragua and later saw Howard speak in Boston protesting the Iraqi War. If materials are available, I will send you an address in the US. Thank you!

    Response shared by Matthew Thomas Eisen — February 3, 2014 @ 6:33 pm

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