Wisconsin History Collaborative

 

 

The Wisconsin History Collaborative is a joint project of the School District of La Crosse and the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, generously funded by the U.S. Department of Education, engaging teachers in content-rich professional development in history education. The program runs between 2001 and 2004.

 

Focus of Project:

The Wisconsin Collaborative focuses on history education for teachers in grades six through twelve, in the La Crosse and CESA 12 school districts.  Themes in history over the course of the three-year grant are:  "Colonial and Revolutionary Thought" (2002),  "Different Voices" (2003), and "Major Successes and Failures of the U.S. in the 20th Century" (2004).

 

Project Personnel:

Dorothy Zeisler-Vralsted, Dept. of History, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Project Director

JohnVandenberg-Daves, Dept. of History, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Program Assistant

 

Events Calendar:

2002

June 10-14 -- First History Colloquium, La Pointe, WI

September 20-21 -- First Fall Retreat, La Crosse, WI

 

2003

April 25-26 -- First Spring Retreat, La Crosse, WI

June 16-20 -- Second Colloquium, La Pointe, WI

October 10-11 -- Second Fall Retreat, Cable, WI

 

2004

April 23-24 -- Second Spring Retreat, Eau Claire, WI

June21-25 -- Third Colloquium, La Crosse, WI

August  -- Open Meeting Teacher In-Services, Ashland and La Crosse

October 11-12 -- Third Fall Retreat, La Crosse, WI

 

 

Revised 08/25/2008  

 

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