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Tuesday, December 11 • 1:55pm - 2:45pm
#ChaseCuriosity in the Social Studies Classroom

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Students become more interested and engaged in learning when they are offered voice and choice in the classroom. Research demonstrates that students learn and retain more when they are learning for themselves. Assisting students in asking questions that foster curiosity and encourage deeper thinking and understanding of people, places, events and institutions as well as guiding them in discovery of answers gives ownership of learning to the students. Participants will leave with a variety of adaptable strategies and Ideas for empowering student learning in the social studies classroom.

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Jeremy Mikla

Tech Integration Coach, Milaca Public Schools
I teach high school social studies and am a technology integration coach at a 1:1 iPad school in East Central Minnesota. I am a BreakoutEDU enthusiast who enjoys making physical and digital games to use in classroom settings. I believe the best learning is driven by curiosity. I believe... Read More →


Tuesday December 11, 2018 1:55pm - 2:45pm
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