Inquiry and Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: Platteville, WI


Join us for a day of learning about inquiry and culturally relevant pedagogy!

Thanks to generous funding from the Library of Congress, the Inquiry in the Upper Midwest project is offering workshops to K-12 social studies teachers in the 2018-2019 school year. These full-day workshops will focus on historical and geographic inquiry, primary sources, and culturally relevant pedagogy. History and geography educators will share teaching strategies in grade-level groups, and participants will dive into resources to help build a more culturally relevant classroom!

**These workshops will have a similar focus to the 2016-2017 workshops, but new sources and activities will appeal to past attendees and new attendees alike.**

Space is limited. Grades K-5 teachers and 6-12 teachers of social studies are welcome to register. All participants who attend the full training will receive a $100 stipend. In the interest of supporting teaching teams, the grant offers an additional $25 stipend for teachers who attend together. To be eligible, write the name of the colleague you're attending with in the order notes at the end of the registration form. Light breakfast and lunch are included.

Contact Jessica Ellison with questions.

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 9:00am to 3:00pm
University of Wisconsin: Platteville
1 University Plaza
Platteville , WI