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World History [clear filter]
Sunday, March 17
 

12:55pm CDT

The Korean War Legacy Project/World History Digital Education's extensive oral history digital interviews; digital archive of primary source artifacts; and C3 inquiry lesson plans.
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will provide teachers with an in depth look into the Korean War Legacy Project/World History Digital Education's extensive oral history digital interviews; digital archive of primary source artifacts; and C3 inquiry lesson plans (elementary-high school).

Speakers

Sunday March 17, 2019 12:55pm - 1:45pm CDT
Room IV

3:45pm CDT

Access For All - Supporting Differentiation and Reading into Social Studies
Limited Capacity seats available

Uncover powerful tools that help all students understand informational text by connecting language and literacy to social studies.

Speakers

Sunday March 17, 2019 3:45pm - 4:35pm CDT
Assembly

3:45pm CDT

The World History Lab: Possibilities for Document & Media Analysis
Limited Capacity seats available

The goal of this session is simply to highlight some methods and content possibilities that task students with interrogating and analyzing in meaningful ways in a collaborative laboratory setting. Social studies instruction often faced with the tradeoffs between direct instruction and inquiry, where teachers face the difficult balance between depth and broader narratives. This presentation will share a variety of room configurations, examples, and potential source materials that can flexibly get students engaged with documents and targeted media clips in time restricted situations. Additionally, we will explore ways in which the lab can be linked up with other phases of instruction. While the lessons discussed will reflect a high school World History class, the learning scenarios and methods are entirely interdisciplinary, and will hopefully stimulate some valuable professional discussion across all social studies subjects.

Speakers
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John Kozlovich

Social Studies Instructor, Wausau West High School
John Kozlovich teaches social studies at Wausau West High School, and is also an adjunct instructor of American Government at Northcentral Technical College. He is a 2006 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Superior, where he studied History and Political Science. As an undergraduate... Read More →


Sunday March 17, 2019 3:45pm - 4:35pm CDT
Room II