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WELCOME TO WCSS 19!  Please check the WCSS Website for council news, information about WCSS mini-grants, upcoming PD opportunities, and more! Also, you can access all submitted presenter materials here.  Enjoy your two days of social studies fun in Madison!
Sunday, March 17 • 2:15pm - 3:35pm
Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Social Studies, Environmental Ed, and Science LIMITED

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What is inquiry-based learning, and where can we access resources to implement inquiry-based instruction? Now found in both Wisconsin’s Standards for Social Studies as well as in Wisconsin Standard’s for Environmental LIteracy & Sustainability, Inquiry standards will ensure that students engage in deeper learning. Come to this session to become acquainted with the new standards, geography-based inquiry methods, and leave with new strategies developed by National Geographic. Hear from classroom teachers about how the geo-inquiry framework plays out in the elementary and middle school levels. Join us for both sessions--parts one and two--to not only learn about inquiry, but also to engage with tools for geographic and environmental inquiry.

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Koller

Kelly Koller

6th Grade Teacher, National Geographic Education Facilitator, Oconto Falls Public School District
I am a 6th grade teacher, a Natioanl Geographic Explorer and a 2018 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow. I believe that having an Explorer Mindset empowers the learning process, helps students discover and navigate their interests and grow as stewards and citizens. Participating in the National... Read More →
avatar for Peter Michaud

Peter Michaud

Fifth Grade Teacher, Reagan Elementary School
History and geography Rock.


Sunday March 17, 2019 2:15pm - 3:35pm
Senate A

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