2016 MCSS Sessions
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Session TitleLead PresenterSchool/Organization
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19th Century Ojibwe Treaties and Their LegacyKurt KortenhofSt. Paul College
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A Look at the Inquiry Process in Elementary Social StudiesJessica Winkelaar
Minnesota Historical Society/MN Dept. of Education
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A Municipal Adventure: A day in the life of Mosquito Heights, MNBill Craig, Retired City ManagerRetired
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Adapting Documents for Low-Proficiency StudentsKara ReddingSt. Paul Preparatory School
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Becoming a Global Citizen in a World of Constant ChangePamela Skaar MeierEden Prairie High School
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BestPrep and The Stock Market GameGreg OrvikBestPrep
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Climate Change and Social StudiesJenna TotzClimate Generation
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Cocktail or Golf: The Umbrella of 4th Amendment Protection in a Changing WorldJennifer Bloom, Executive Director
Learning Law and Democracy Foundation
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Competing for Global Competence with fantasygeopolitics.comEric Nelson
FANSchool's fantasygeopolitics.com
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Cultural Responsibility, Digital CitizenshipJessica HobsonMinnesota Historical Society
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Digital Mapping ResourcesEric GundersonSt. Paul Public Schools
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Engage Your Students with Spatial Analysis Using GISDave Casey
Buffalo Community Middle School
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Hamilton the MusicalBill Bauman Instructional CoachMaple Grove Senior High
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Infographics for InquiryJan Hertel
retired, Hastings Public Schools
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Infusing the Middle East into the World History CourseAlyssa LarsenWaconia High School
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Interacting with Primary SourcesHeidi KloempkenMinnesota Historical Society
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Learn More about C3 Designed LessonsKim O'Neil, NCSS President
National Council for the Social Studies
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Making Elementary Economics FunNancy KrennerRed Rock Elementary School
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Making the Most of OERJeremy MiklaMilaca High School
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Minnesota and the Civil War: Latest Classroom Videos from MNHSRandal DietrichMinnesota Historical Society
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Peer Discussion: Minnesota's Proposed Civics TestScott GlewSalk Middle School
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Picture Books + Minnesota History = Engaged & Enlightened StudentsPatricia Bauer
ISD 196: Black Hawk Middle School
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Pre-Service Teachers' Guide to Social Studies Kate Stower
Minnesota Historical Society/ Minnesota Department of Education
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Reaching decision makers who are at-riskKatrina Pelzel
Anoka Hennepin Regional High School
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Teaching Students to Ask Good QuestionsKate Stower
Minnesota Historical Society/ Minnesota Department of Education
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The Questions You Ask Make a Difference!: Uncovering C3 Concepts through Interactive Read-aloud
Dr. Valerie Struthers WalkerGustavus Adolphus College
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There’s no Such Thing as a Free Lunch, but there are FREE Resources for your classroom
Kris Bertelsen--Senior Economic Education Specialist
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
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Vocabulary Strategies for Nonfiction TextsMatt HorstmanMinnesota Historical Society
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What if everything you about Hinduism was wrong?Murali BalajiHindu American Foundation
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Who Built Our Capitol?Randy Croce
Labor Education Service, University of Minnesota
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