Central New York

Council for the Social Studies



CNYCSS is an approved Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) organization. Click here for full CTLE sponsor list.

CNYCSS represents a membership from 16 counties and over 100 School Districts.

2018 Award Winners

Outstanding Middle School Social Studies Teacher

 John Kennedy from Eagle Hill Middle School, F-M CSD 

Martha Lawson from Chestnut Hill Middle School, Liverpool CSD 

Outstanding High School Social Studies Teacher

Jen AuClair, Lisa Froelick, Amy Stewart & Kelly Will from 

 Durgee Jr. High School, Baldwinsville CSD as 

Ashley Miller, Cincinnatus Secondary School 

Roger Sipher Beginning Teacher Award

 Kristen George, Cortland Jr.-Sr. High School

2018 Law and Civic EducationSummer Institute in Syracuse

“News Literacy & Student Voice”

Teaching News Literacy & Civic Responsibility 

in the Digital Age

Syracuse University, College of Law On Tuesday, 

July 10th, 2018, 9 am – 4 pm

1-Day Law and Civic Education Professional Development Opportunity

Open to all New York in-service and pre-service teachers K-12

http://www.nysba.org/patch2018



Click here for a flyer or here for website

Join colleagues from across the state as we converge in Albany for a three day learning experience. The Institute will focus on learning how to engage all students in powerful social studies learning.

Specific topics to include:

  • Teaching social studies to English Language Learners and Students With Disabilities, 
  • K-12 Preparing students for the Framework Global History and Geography Exam 
  • Introduction to the new United States History and Government Exam

Highlighted speakers and sessions:

  • Donna Merlau and Dan King - NYSED
  • Greg Ahlquist and Kate Hesla- K-8 Building Assessments & Redesigning Inquiries
  • April Francis and Salamah Mullen - Taking Informed Action collaborating with Library Media Specialist 
  • David Mumper - Hudson Valley Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network (RBERN) 


                            



Teaching the Holocaust Grades 7-12

J
oin United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Teacher Fellows Evan Seitz and Laurie Rabideau-Rutter as they help all educators understand rationale and guidelines for teaching the Holocaust using resources from the USHMM. This workshop is designed for educators who teach the Holocaust and/or genocide studies to provide effective, accurate and appropriate information to students.

May 22, 2018 from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Click here to register. 


NEWS FROM NCSS

2018 Leadership Institute at Colonial Williamsburg

2018 Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Institute

2018 Summer Religious Studies Institute

NCSS Awards & Grants Applications Due April 30

Summer PD

Join the Capital District Council for Social Studies for a 

News Literacy & Civics 2-day workshop


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Interested in working for SED as an Education Specialist?

Click here for more info from SED



SCHEDULED FOR MAY 18-20

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, 

WOMEN IN THE MOHAWK VALLEY:

A HISTORY CONFERENCE

 Celebrate women's history this May and join us at the Women in the Mohawk Valley: A History Conference; a 3-day event aimed to highlight the role of women in local history and promote women's issues in the greater Mohawk Valley.

Click here for press release

Click here for flyer

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Click here to check out dozens of summer professional development opportunities compiled by NCSS




Officers:

President, Erica Martin, Chittenango

Vice President, Jen Medwid, Baldwinsville

Vice President, Carrie-Ann Ronalds, Canastota

Treasurer, Lynette Avery, Liverpool

Secretary, Vince Monterosso, J-D (retired)

Past President, Kate Gross, F-M

See complete list of Board Members here


CNYCSS is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. New York. 2657 East Fayette Street, Syracuse, NY 13224.

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