Aaron Pribble - Writing in the Social Studies: A Practical Guide. This is episode 377 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
Aaron Pribble is the author of Writing in the Social Studies: A Practical Guide for Teaching an Essential Skill; Teacherland: Inside the Myth of the American Educator; and Pitching in the Promised Land: A Story of the First and Only Season in the Israel Baseball League.
An award-winning educator, Aaron teaches social studies at Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley, California.
Today we are focusing on his newest book - Writing in the Social Studies: A Practical Guide for Teaching an Essential Skill.
So much to learn today!
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Length - 52:50