Taking Authentic Informed Action

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

During this 30-minute webinar, we will explore:

  • The case for embedding informed action into your social studies curriculum
  • Strategies for avoiding common pitfalls and challenges when designing action-oriented projects
  • An example of how one well-designed informed action project can impact student engagement

Webinar Details


Cody Caudill

Solution Architect, Newsela

Cody is a former secondary and higher education English and writing teacher. He believes that all students deserve engaging and authentic educational experiences that help them envision the impact they can have on the communities that mean the most to them.

Stafford Boyd

Director of Teaching and Learning, North Clackamas Schools

Stafford is a former high school teacher and administrator. He currently is supporting and empowering teams of teachers in inquiry-based curriculum design to create responsive social studies learning experiences for each student through a focus on ethnic studies and technology integration.

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