- — Leticia Hallmark (@ushistorysage)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:00:17Good evening everyone! Welcome to #sschat. I'm so excited and honored to facilitate our conversation about protest tonight.
- — Leticia Hallmark (@ushistorysage)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:00:56I'm Tish from Austin, Texas. I'm a district social studies coordinator. Please introduce yourselves. #sschat
- — iCivics (@icivics)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:01:13We're hosting #sschat on February 20th! Check out all of the other great sessions this winter: https://sschat.org/2017/01/05/announcing-the-sschat-winter-session/ … #CommandTheExecutive
- — Chris Hitchcock (@CHitch94)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:01:30Chris from Bloomington, IN. Teach world history for private online HS affiliated w/ Indiana Univ. Also one of #sschat co-leaders.
- — Bill Chapman (@classroomtools)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:01:43Hi #sschat, this is Bill Chapman, a retired secondary social studies teacher, checking in from the protest capital, Berkeley, CA.
- — Mary J. Johnson (@johnsonmaryj)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:03:31Hi Tish and all you great #sschat folks! I'm Mary from CO. I coordinate the TPS Teachers Network. DM me if interested!
- — Alexander Fishman (@djsardine)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:05:01Alex, LA, teaching technology. Glad to see #sschat discussing protest, considering there's a lot of protesting to be done
- — Jill Balota Cross (@JCrossedu)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:05:56Teaching Protest -#BLOG365 Day 134 #sschat #edchat #historyed https://jill4learning.com/2017/01/22/teaching-protest-blog365-day-134-sschat-edchat/ …
- — Leticia Hallmark (@ushistorysage)Tue, Jan 24 2017 00:08:28Q1 -How is the subject of protest covered in your state standards? Do you teach thematically or sequentially based on your scope? #sschat
The Role of Protest in Effecting Change
January 23, 2017 #sschat hosted by @ushistorysage
byChris Hitchcock24 Views