For Chris Daniels, teaching is about helping students make connection to the material they study in his Kearney Junior High School ninth-grade social studies class. So when the time came for the educator to prepare his unit on World War I, Daniels decided to take a new approach to making those connections happen and proposed a multi-curricular lesson plan that would reach into every hour of the students’ day.
“I went to my colleagues and said, ‘Hey, I have this idea on how we can make this work,’ and they jumped on board,” Daniels said. “Through our Bulldog Tuesdays, seminar time and ability to collaborate, we were able to show kids World War I in a different way in each class.”
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County and Education Editor Ryne Dittmer can be reached at 389-6606 or email@example.com.