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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!
Monday, March 18 • 10:10am - 11:00am
Incorporating the new Behavioral Sciences standards into any social studies classroom FILLING

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The Wisconsin Standards for Social Studies include a strand that many people overlook: the Behavioral Sciences. There are four critical parts to the Behavioral Sciences strand – individual perception and identity, interactions between individuals and groups, culture, and technology. All of these are important for a robust study of social studies, no matter the grade level. Hear from a standards writing team member regarding this strand, its importance to social studies, and learn about resources coming from DPI and writing team members.

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Andy Riechers

Geography, History, and Sociology Teacher, Belmont Community School District


Monday March 18, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
Room II

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