Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Glenn Wiebe has many years of social studies teaching experience at the middle school and high school level and now spends his time sharing what works with social studies teachers across the country.

Glenn is the author of 101 Most Powerful Strategies to Enhance SOCIAL STUDIES Instruction (Grades 6-12), the extensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar. Additional authorships include the award-winning website History Tech. He has also 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 also currently on the executive board of the National Social Studies Supervisors Association.

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

“Wow! Glenn presented a great seminar! He engaged us right from the start and we gobbled up his information like hungry children!”

“I really enjoyed Glenn! Very down-to-earth and helpful to those of us who are technically challenged.

“An amazing presentation! Glenn made us think while giving us tools to use and sites to explore.

“Glenn did an excellent job keeping everyone engaged and active. The pace of the seminar perfectly matched the skill levels of the participants. Glenn has a sense of humor that made the day fun.”

“I enjoyed learning from Glenn. It was what I needed most. As a vet for almost 20 years, I am usually hard on presenters . . . he wasn’t one of them. Great job! Very informative!

“Absolutely the best professional learning I’ve ever had! Glenn shared tools I can use right away in a way that made learning fun.

“As a first year teacher, I was concerned about how best to teach what you call the ‘doing of social studies’ but after today, I am digging this! Thanks for helping me get off on the right foot.

“I so appreciated Glenn’s respect for the experienced teachers in the room! I love how he blended the ‘old stuff’ that still works with new tech tools that can engage my students.”