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May 21
John Trampush replied to Alaska Council for the Social Studies's discussion What are the Main Assets that We as Social Studies Teachers in Alaska Need to Remember and Use?
"You're right, Michele.  Harvesting the insights gained from this year and building forward from these new strategies and procedures IS something we need to do.  Maybe AK-CSS can make this one of our goals for 2021...
The question is what concrete…"
Mar 3
John Trampush commented on Mark J Biberg’s status
"Howdy Mark! I'm glad ypou're back. I'm looking forward to reading more of your excellent reflective blog entries...
Are you teaching out in Adak now, or just visiting out there?

Happy Trails,
-John"
Feb 26
John Trampush replied to Alaska Council for the Social Studies's discussion What are the Main Assets that We as Social Studies Teachers in Alaska Need to Remember and Use?
"I think the main asset that we need to take advantage of are the powerful set of organizing and collaborating tools now available for teaching and learning.  For the first time in history, the traditional isolation that teachers have had to work in…"
Feb 23
John Trampush posted a discussion in AK-CSS Executive Board
This gFolder is the repository for all audio recordings, chat histories, and minutes from Executive Board Meetings.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/14NAUzISKYLn5z2MyC59E99YYuOK...
 
Feb 23
John Trampush replied to John Trampush's discussion Decision Making to Date... in AK-CSS Executive Board
"AK-CSS Revitalization Meeting - Sep 24, 2020"
Dec 10, 2020
John Trampush posted a discussion in AK-CSS Executive Board
This area will serve as an archive of important Revitalization Committee documents and ongoing discussions about them and the ideas within them...
Oct 29, 2020
John Trampush left a comment for Michael Shapiro
"Welcome Michael!
It's been pretty quiet in here for a while, but there is a LOT of very good information for and by teachers.  Have a look around...

Happy Trails,
-John"
Feb 4, 2019
John Trampush left a comment for Jack Nunca
"Welcome Jack!
It's been pretty quiet in here for a while, but there is a LOT of very good information for and by teachers.  Have a look around...

Happy Trails,
-John"
Feb 4, 2019
John Trampush left a comment for Crystal Celaya
"Thanks for the vigilance, Crystal!  It is appreciated ...
-John"
Mar 27, 2018
Dennis M. Vecera replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in Encounters in AK Studies
"TITLE OF PROJECT: Mine Your Business
WHO: 3rd Grade Students
WHAT: In this lesson students will write a five paragraph essay listing three specific reasons for wanting to own a business of choice or why they would want to be a miner. 
COLLABORATORS:…"
Apr 26, 2016
BC Kindred replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in Encounters in AK Studies
"TITLE OF PROJECT:  Alaska Timeline
TARGET AUDIENCE:  3rd grade
LEARNING GOAL: This lesson is designed as the final unit of a year-long 3rd grade Social Studies study of Alaska’s land and people.  Students have studied Physical Alaska (including…"
Apr 26, 2016
Mackenzie Callahan replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in Encounters in AK Studies
"Title: Interactions with the Environment
Target Audience: 9th - 12th grade students
Learning Goal: For students to draw connections across time periods and between subject matters to gain a deeper understanding of the world that they currently live…"
Apr 25, 2016
Jaimie Gleissner replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in Encounters in AK Studies
"Title: Sydney Huntington: Cultural Broker

Grade Range: 9-10 ELA

Time Required: 1 Lesson

Introduction/Lesson Overview: The purpose of this lesson is to allow students to connect to and analyze the multicultural background of Sydney Huntington…"
Apr 22, 2016
Rebecca Gerik replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in Encounters in AK Studies
"Steller's Legacy for AK Studies 9th graders The main learning goal was to have students consider multiple perspectives and determine the impact of Steller and Bering on the future of Alaska."
Apr 22, 2016
Lorrine replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in Encounters in AK Studies
"TITLE: Atertayagaq
WHO: 7th grade
WHAT: That qanruyutet are worth studying
COLLABORATORS: NoneLMasterman Final Project.docxAtertayagaq EDIT.docx"
Apr 22, 2016
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