For K-12 Teachers
One way the UCF College of Education and Human Performance promotes lifelong learning is through the development of professional learning programs and initiatives. Through workshops and conferences, our faculty leads and facilitates quality opportunities for professional growth and development, enabling access to the latest research, content and pedagogy through rich experiences that foster professional learning and networking in a variety of fields and disciplines. Explore and register for a workshop or conference today.
Social Sciences Education
The SOURCES Annual Conference, hosted by the Teaching with Primary Sources Program at UCF, is a free opportunity for educators who are interested in the utilization and integration of primary sources in K-12 teaching. Presenters will focus on providing strategies for using primary sources to help K-12 students to engage in learning, develop critical thinking skills, and build content knowledge.
With scholarly presentations and practical teacher workshops on various social studies related topics from prominent experts, the ISSS conference provides a platform for all educators to engage in rich dialogue about the social studies. The ISSS conference has featured speakers from across the United States as well as across the world including Portugal, Canada, India, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, South Korea, China, Nigeria, and a host of other countries.