Wisconsin educator and curriculum developer Kate Ullman demonstrated how to use WisconsinEye video resources at a presentation she gave at the Wisconsin Council on the Social Studies 2018 conference. The presentation was titled "Wisconsin Politics in the Classroom: Using WisconsinEye Video to Support Classroom Deliberation."
Kate, in collaboration with WisconcsinEye, has developed a free online resource for Wisconsin educators called WisconsinEye In the Classroom.
WisconsinEye's In the Classroom civics initiative is designed to engage students in state government. WisconsinEye works closely with Wisconsin educators to produce primary source videos and lesson plans with complimentary videos that are age appropriate and meet the required standards for the classroom.
To learn more visit our In the Classroom page at www.wiseye.org/In-the-Classroom.
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