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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 • 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Using Student Choice to Make the Most of Your Content LIMITED

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Too much content often results in too little learning, but deciding what to “leave out” can feel impossible. How can you help your students master all the essential skills and standards while still providing them with a robust knowledge of your course content? By allowing individual students to make choices about specific content for more in-depth examination, you can create lessons and units that give your students more meaningful exposure to the many events, people, and concepts that make up your social studies course.

This session will include ideas that lend themselves to all social social courses, and includes sample lessons for Global Studies, US History, and AP Psychology courses.

Speakers
avatar for Yedda Olson

Yedda Olson

Social Studies Teacher, Brillion High School
I teach 9th grade Global Studies, 11th Grade 20th Century US History, and AP Psychology.


Monday March 18, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Room III

Attendees (18)