And Justice For All:
Using Primary Source Materials to Bring a Social Justice Perspective in Your Classroom.
    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.

OTEN - Annual Conference
Forest Grove, OR. September 2012 & 2013

Dr. Mark Bailey
Pacific University College of Education
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