Uniquely Qualified Instructor
GLENN WIEBE has many years of U.S. History teaching experience at the middle school and high school levels. He is the author of Increasing Student Learning and Engagement in Your U.S. HISTORY Classes (Grades 6-12), the extensive digital resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar. Additional authorships include his award-winning website History Tech and published articles in the National Social Studies Supervisors Association journal and the Teaching History website. Long active on his state’s Social Studies council, Glenn is currently the President of the National Social Studies Supervisors Association, serves on the advisory board of the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program, serves as a State representative on the National Geographic Advisory Committee, and is a member of the iCivics Educators Network.
Glenn’s unique and powerful background is guaranteed to give you an entertaining, high-energy, and practical learning experience! He consistently receives high marks for his spot-on practical strategies and ability to integrate resources and ideas across grade levels and content areas.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
“One of the BEST classes I’ve taken in a long time! I wish it was more than one day. Glenn was fantastic!”
- Gail, Middle School Teacher
“This was so great, very useful! Glenn was very engaging, and I walked away with new strategies my students will love.”
- Matt, Social Studies Teacher
“One of, if not, THE BEST seminars I’ve ever been to! So much applicable information and advice. Thank you!”
- Jordan Wintermote, High School Teacher
“This was one of the most useful PDs I’ve attended in years. Very helpful information. I was provided with tools to take and use immediately in my classes.”
- Candice, History Department Head
“This has been a great day filled with fantastic resources. Glenn was a pro with pacing, patience, and explaining.”
- Pam Atkinson, Middle School Teacher
“Glenn was wonderful! He provided us with so many useful resources and ideas that we can easily implement into our lessons. This was the best professional development I’ve had in 15 years of teaching!”
- Mallory, Social Studies Teacher