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WORKSHOP 1

"Problem-based Learning (PBL) and Socratic Questioning"
Author: Pat Franzen, Madison Junior High School, Naperville, IL
Created for the NTEP II Fermilab LInC program sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Friends of Fermilab, and funded by United States Department of Energy, Illinois State Board of Education, North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium, which is operated by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), and the National Science Foundation.
Courtesy of the Fermilab Education Office
www-ed.fnal.gov/ed_home.html

"Taxonomy of Socratic Questions"
By Richard Paul
Critical Thinking: How to Prepare Students for a Rapidly Changing World, 1993
Courtesy of Fermilab Education Office, Fermilab
www-ed.fnal.gov/trc/tutorial/taxonomy.html

"Teaching about the United States Supreme Court"
By Sarah E. Drake and Thomas S. Vontz
Courtesy of the ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science
Education (ERIC/ChESS)
www.indiana.edu/~ssdc/scdig.htm

"Study About Religions in the Social Studies Curriculum"
Prepared by the Religion in the Schools Committee and approved by the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) Board of Directors, revised by the Curriculum Committee 1984,
and the National Council for the Social Studies Board of Directors, 1998
Courtesy of the National Council for the Social Studies approved 1994, 1996
www.ncss.org

"Controversial Issues in Practice"
By Maria Gallo
Social Education, Vol. 60, No. 1, Jan 1996
Courtesy of the National Council for the Social Studies
www.ncss.org

WORKSHOP 2

Kennedy for President Sticker
Image of JFK from the Political Campaign Literature Collection
Rare Book, Manuscript & Special Collections Library
Duke University
http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu

"Cooperative Learning Project: Evaluation Form B, Outcome or Product”
and “Rubric B, Outcome or Product"
From American Pathways to the Present Leson Plans
© 2000 by Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Pearson Prentice Hall.
Used by permission.
www.pearsoned.org

"The Student Voices Project"
Courtesy of the National Student Voices Project, Annenberg Public Policy Center
http://student-voices.org

"The 26th Amendment and Youth Voting Rights"
By Wynell Schamel
Courtesy of the National Council for the Social Studies
www.ncss.org

"Process Guide #2: Building Consensus”
San Diego Unified School District Triton/Patterns Project, 1999
San Diego City Schools, San Diego Unified School District
www.sdcs.k12.ca.us

"Voting Isn't Enough"
By G. Dale Greenawald
Social Education, Vol. 60, No. 6, October 1996, pp. 333-335
Courtesy of the National Council for the Social Studies
www.ncss.org

"Voting is Essential"
By Rick Blasing
Social Education Vol. 60, No. 6, October 1996, p. 337
Courtesy of the National Council for the Social Studies
www.ncss.org

"A Chronology of Growth Suffrage in the United States"
Kids Voting USA, 2000. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
www.kidsvotingusa.org

WORKSHOP 3

Photo of President George W. Bush with Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham
during a speech about Energy Efficiency at the Department of Energy
Photo by Eric Draper
Used with permission from The White House Media Affairs Office
www.whitehouse.gov

"A Citizen's Guide to the Federal Budget, A Budget of the U.S. Government Fiscal Year 2001"
US Government Printing Office
www.access.gpo.gov/usbudget/fy2001/guidegl.html

"Becoming a Constructivist Teacher"
By Jacqueline Grennon Brooks & Martin G. Brooks
In Search of Understanding: The Case for Constructivist Classrooms, Chapter 9, 1993, 1999
Courtesy of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
www.ascd.org

“Creating Effective Citizens”
Position Statement, National Council for the Social Studies Task Force on Revitalizing Citizenship Education, May 2001
www.ncss.org

WORKSHOP 4

"Honoring the Learning Process"
By Jacqueline Grennon Brooks & Martin G. Brooks
In Search of Understanding: The Case for Constructivist Classrooms pp. 3-14, 1999
Courtesy of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
www.ascd.org

"Student Exercise in Democracy"
By Cathy Travis
Constitution Translated for Kids pp. 69-72, 75-77
Oakwood Publishing
www.oakwoodpublishing.com

"Robert's Rules of Order-Summary Version for Fair and Orderly Meetings and Conventions"
[Editor's Note: The copyright on the original 1915 version has expired. However, the modifications and enhancements to this work are Copyright 1996 Constitution Society.]
Courtesy of www.robertsrules.org

WORKSHOP 5

"Cooperative Learning"
By David Johnson & Roger Johnson,
Courtesy of the Cooperative Learning Center, The University of Minnesota
www.cooplearn.org/pages/cl.html

"Multiple Inteligences: Gardner's Theory"
By Amy C. Brualdi
Courtesy of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment & Evaluation
http://ericae.net

"America Responds to Terrorism: Press Freedom vs Military Censorship"
Reprinted with permission of Constitutional Rights Foundation,
601 S. Kingsley Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005.
(243) 487-5590
www.crf-usa.org/terror/FreePress.htm

WORKSHOP 6

Northstar Corridor Train Logo
Courtesy of the Northstar Corridor Development Authority
Anoka, Minnesota
www.co.anoka.mn.us

"Standards of Quality for School-Based and Community-Based Service Learning"
The Social Studies, Sept/Oct 1997, Vol. 88, No. 5
Alliance for Service-Learning in Education Reform c1995
Courtesy of the Close-Up Foundation
www.closeup.org

"Service Learning in the Social Studies" (excerpt)
The Social Studies, Sept/Oct 1997 Vol. 88, No. 5
Courtesy of the Constitutional Rights Foundation
www.crf-usa.org

Video: "Almanac at the Capitol" 4/25/02
Courtesy of Twin Cities Public Television
www.tcptv.org

Newspaper Clippings in Video Program:
"Students Make Signs in Effort to Save Northstar" &
"Petitioning to Save Rail Line"
Courtesy of the Anoka County Union
www.anokacountyunion.com

WORKSHOP 7

"Academic Controversy"
By David Johnson & Roger Johnson
Courtesy of the Cooperative Learning Center, The University of Minnesota
www.cooplearn.org/pages/academic.html

"Creating Strategies and Conditions for Civil Discourse About Controversial Issues"
By John Allen Rossi
Social Education 60(1) pp. 15-21, 1996
Courtesy of the National Council for the Social Studies
www.ncss.org

"Racial Profiling: A Structured Controversy"
By David Johnson & Roger Johnson
Courtesy of the Cooperative Learning Center, The University of Minnesota
www.cooplearn.org

WORKSHOP 8

"About the National High School Mock Trial Championship"
Courtesy of the National High School Mock Trial Championship, Inc.
www.nationalmocktrial.org

"Legal Thriller Alternative: Trial Research"
The Challenge of Information, 1998
Reprinted with permission of Constitutional Rights Foundation,
601 S. Kingsley Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005.
(243) 487-5590
www.crf-usa.org

"List of Recommended Internet Sites About the U.S. Supreme Court"
Street Law, Inc., 2000
Courtesy of the Minnesota Center for Community Legal Education
www.civicallyspeaking.com

SOURCES FOR LESSON-SPECIFIC STANDARDS IN WORKSHOPS 1-8

"National Standards for Civics & Government" 1994
Center for Civic Education
www.civiced.org

"Expectations of Excellence: Curriculum Standards for Social Studies" 1994
National Council for the Social Studies
www.ncss.org

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