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The International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference 2022

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Join us February 25-26, 2022 for the International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference

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Join us February 25-26, 2022 for the International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference #ISSS22, a two-day virtual summit of scholarly presentations and practical teaching workshops on various social studies related topics that appeal to all.

Welcoming presenters and attendees from across the globe, the #ISSS22 conference will be hosted via Google Sites, with conference sessions delivered via Zoom. All sessions will be recorded and accessible on the #ISSS22 conference website. Using these web tools, presenters and attendees will experience an interactive platform engaging university faculty, teacher educators, curriculum specialists, social studies department leaders, undergraduate and graduate students, and P-12 educators in rich dialogue about the social studies.

Proposal Link: https://bit.ly/3jEiohE

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  • Discounted Registration Fee All Participants - $59
  • K-12 school team discounts are available. Email conference.isss@gmail.com for more information.

*Registration includes all recorded sessions on the #ISSS22 website.

Conference website link will be sent to all registered attendees pre-event

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Organizer UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

Organizer of The International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference 2022

Mission

The College of Community Innovation and Education educates and empowers leaders to serve a diverse society through innovative instruction, strong partnerships and transformative scholarship.

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The College of Community Innovation and Education transcends traditional university boundaries to engage faculty and students with the social and economic fabric of thriving, modern communities.

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