34th Annual Civics and Law-Related Education Conference, hosted by the
Law, Youth and Citizenship Program of NYSBA, will be held in Western New
York, Oct. 14 and 15.
"Iroquois to Internet ~
An Examination of the 21st Century New York Classroom"
A series of seminars and
workshops addressing two critical areas for New York educators ~~
teaching Native American history and culture; and best practices for
embracing technology in the classroom.
presentation by Perry Ground,Turtle Clan member of the Onondaga Nation of the Haudenosaunee
This year's 20 workshops
Resources: Ten Ideas You Can Use
Democracy in America
Communities and Connections
History Along Multigenerational Continuum
Civic Competencies for
Students through Law & Literature
The Constitution &
Native Americans and the 14th Amendment
Collaboration with Technology
The Six Nations, Samuel Kirkland and
the American Revolution
Smartboard in the Social Studies Classroom
Tolerance - Ethical Awareness
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's iCivics
conference will be held at the beautiful lakeside Beaver
Hollow Conference Center near Darien Lakes.
conference fee of $195 includes two-nights private room,
all six meals, 5 workshops, conference materials and use of Beaver
Hollow's top-notch amenities and recreational opportunities ($175
per person if you want to share room) -- over $100 less than last
year's prices thanks to the underwriting of the New York
State Bar Association!
Register now and pay later
- payment can be made now or in September.
wait to register - we sold out our available seats last
If you have
already registered - thank you - we'll see you in October.
and follow the link to our
conference registration site. Don't wait - we only have 30 seats left.