NCSS Programs and Events with Lee & Low Books

This year’s National Council for the Social Studies virtual conference is happening this weekend! Check out the panels and programs that our authors and staff will be participating in:

Picture Books Can Help Teach Tough Historical and Current Events | Saturday, Dec. 5th | 11:00am ET 

Explore how to use vivid and engaging picture books about historical and current event issues to teach tough social studies topics, foster empathy, ignite curiosity, and inspire action.

Jill Eisenberg, Senior Director of Curriculum & Literacy Strategy at Lee & Low Books
Jinnie Spiegler, Director of Curriculum and Training at ADL

Equity and Activism in Children’s Literature: A Conversation with Authors | Sunday, Dec. 6th | 11:15am ET

Join Lee & Low Books authors Katheryn Russell-Brown, Guadalupe García McCall, Kyle Lukoff, Supriya Kelkar and moderator, Senior Literacy Specialist, Katie Potter, as they converse about equity and inclusion in books for young readers. Each author will discuss their process for writing about topics that address social justice and how books can convey critical issues to young readers about society.

Katheryn Russell-Brown (She Was the First!: The Trailblazing Life of Shirley Chisholm)
Guadalupe García McCall (All The Stars Denied)
Kyle Lukoff (When Aidan Became a Brother)
Supriya Kelkar (Ahimsa)
Katie Potter (moderator), Senior Literacy Specialist at Lee & Low Books

Check out the full NCSS virtual conference program here.

4 thoughts on “NCSS Programs and Events with Lee & Low Books”

  1. If at some point these presentations are made public to those of us who aren’t social studies teachers, I hope you’ll be able to share that with all of us. While there’s no professional reason for me to be there, the topics are very interesting to those of us doing justice work, and I’m grateful you’re presenting them!

    1. It would be a gift beyond measure to have the entire conference transcript available to the public. I eagerly await same. Thank you so much.

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