Conference Theme Be the Voice: Something something students, etc.
REVISE::::::: The theme of this year's conference is engaging students in democratic processes through taking informed action. The conference sessions will focus on the following:
Developing democratic dispositions
Engaging students in civic life
Connecting social studies content to modern issues
Developing questions and planning inquiries
Applying disciplinary concepts and tools
Evaluating sources and using evidence
Communicating conclusions and taking informed action
Engaging with recent legislation
REVISE:::::: The 2018 KCSS conference is your opportunity to rejuvenate your teaching strategies and collaborate with others from across the state in social studies education. When: September 14, 2018: 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM, EST
Taking informed civic action is more than political participation! (Though don't get us wrong, that's really important too!) Our daily decisions have civic implications — in that spirit, for the 2019 conference, KCSS wanted to invest in organizations that are positively contributing to the Kentucky community.
DV8 Kitchen Lunch on Saturday will be provided by DV8 Kitchen. DV8 Kitchen was developed and operates as a second chance employment opportunity for people who are trying to redirect their lives. People in the early stage of substance abuse recovery often find it difficult to find employers willing to take a chance on them. One out of three employees at DV8 Kitchen will be a second chance employee. They believe by providing employment at DV8 Kitchen will lead to a life time ability to gain and maintain employment and deviate from their past lifestyle.
West Sixth Brewery The Friday night panel and mixer will be held in West Sixth Brewery’s Barrel Room. West Sixth supports local charities doing good work in Kentucky and Cincinnati. Through their Sixth for a Cause program.