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Wisconsin 2001 Project Abstract
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Name of the Project:
Wisconsin Collaborative U.S. History Professional Development Program
Grantee Contact:
School District of La Crosse
La Crosse, WI
Dorothy Zeisler-Vralsted
(608) 785-8159
Funding:
$902,083

The district is partnering with the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, intermediate service unit CESA-12, and the National Council for History Education to train 20 middle and high school teachers. History faculty members from many universities will present a series of historical themes during the school year and in summer sessions. Curriculum specialists and professional development experts will lead a range of sessions and mentoring activities.


Name of the Project:
History Teaching Alliance Professional Development Program
Grantee Contact:
Wausau School District
Wausau, WI
Project Director: Roger Rindo
(715) 261-2538
Funding:
$784,370

This central Wisconsin district plans to provide professional development to 90 teachers in two cohorts. The partners are the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County; the Hmong Mutual Association, and the Marathon County Historical Society. The effort will be to integrate an intensive content presentation with learning strategies. These learning strategies will enable teachers to more effectively meet state standards and to put forth a deep and interesting history program that will succeed in engaging students' interest and energies.

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