Tracy Sockalosky

Tracy Sockalosky is a 7th Grade World Geography teacher at Wilson Middle School in Natick, Massachusetts. Before joining the Wilson staff in 2011, she spent 10 years working at the Carroll School in Lincoln, MA, a school for students with language-based learning disabilities. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Tracy earned her Masters in Education in Mind, Brain and Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is an organizer for EdCamp Boston and EdCamp BLC, a USC Shoah Teacher Innovator, and a Discovery Ed Den Star. She is also a mom to three fantastic and exhausting children, ages 10, 8, and 5.

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Getting Poetic in Social Studies

Posted by Tracy Sockalosky on April 14, 2015

Poetry is one of my favorite mediums for teaching social studies.

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Topics: Classrooms, Civil Rights Movement, Teaching Strategies, Poetry, Teaching Resources, Survivor Testimony, Video, History

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