Rob Kamrowski is a 6-12 Social Studies teacher who teaches at a rural, one-to-one iPad, block schedule school district in Western Wisconsin. For the past ten years, he has taught a variety of social study courses at the high school level ranging from law, economics, geography and AP and mainstream history. He has served on the district Technology Advisory Committee, Positive Behavior Intervention System Committee and Leadership team. Rob was the first in his district to pilot a one-to-one classroom with an emphasis on flipped learning. He is constantly in search of new ideas and methods that will engage his students as well as improve their skills in the social studies and as citizens of a democratic society. This upcoming school year he is excited to be teaching 8th-grade American History. Mr. Kamrowski earned his Bachelor Degree in 2003, Masters Degree in 2008 and strives to earn the respect of his students, colleagues and family every day of every year.
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