Brief Bio

Mark Bailey has explored educational applications for emerging technologies since the 1980s. A Professor at Pacific University specializing in early childhood education and Director of the Child Learning and Development Center, Mark publishes and presents extensively on the confluence of technological innovation, educational empowerment, and social justice.

Title

And Justice for all: Using Primary Source Materials to bring a Social Justice Perspective in your classroom.

Track

K-12

Proposal Type

Interactive Session

Abstract

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An exciting new array of digital primary source materials allows your students an intimate glimpse into history. Accessing these artifacts encourages students to develop a more personal connection to the issues and people that define our past, and allows historically marginalized voices to speak to issues of justice and the human condition. I will provide an extensive set of links to these materials and will demonstrate a technique to bring history alive by interviewing historical figures. Examples will be provided from the work of a range of elementary and graduate students.

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Sep 15th, 9:30 AM Sep 15th, 10:30 AM

And Justice for all: Using Primary Source Materials to bring a Social Justice Perspective in your classroom.

Berglund 019

An exciting new array of digital primary source materials allows your students an intimate glimpse into history. Accessing these artifacts encourages students to develop a more personal connection to the issues and people that define our past, and allows historically marginalized voices to speak to issues of justice and the human condition. I will provide an extensive set of links to these materials and will demonstrate a technique to bring history alive by interviewing historical figures. Examples will be provided from the work of a range of elementary and graduate students.

View the presentation Website