The Montana Historical Society is hosting presenter Jim Schulz for its Bringing History Alive workshop at the Prairie View Special Services office in Glendive. The morning will be spent exploring what life was live for Montana Indians during the pre-and early contact periods. The afternoon session will showcase lesson plans from Coming to MT: Immigrants from Around the World. Middle school Social Studies Educators and teachers of grades 4 to 7 are encouraged to attend. Attendees will receive five OPI renewal units.
Deadline to register for the event is Wednesday, September 20th. Contact Kim Stanton at Prairie View Curriculum Consortium to register. Kim needs to know the following details for registration: name, school, grade level(s) teaching, and a cell number to use in case the event is unexpectedly cancelled.
Presenter Jim Schulz is an award-winning history and science educator with over 30 years of teaching experience in the Helena School District. Mr. Schulz was chosen as the 2006 American Association of Petroleum Geologists National Earth Science Teacher of the Year, the 2000 Disney American Teacher of the Year for Middle School Science, and is the recipient of many other awards.