Tri-League Brunch Buffet

Tri-League Brunch Buffet

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Saturday, October 21, 2023 - 9:30am to 12:00pm
The Australian voting method, which was eventually adopted by the US, reflects our current way of voting. We have an excellent teacher, Michael Henges, who has taken the Harvard Case Study professional development course. He has used the case method in his classroom for multiple years and will guide us through the lesson.

Each fall, the Case Method Project hosts a workshop at Harvard Business School for high-school teachers interested in how to implement the case method in their classrooms. Teachers participate in case discussions led by Harvard Business School professors, hear from fellow educators who have taught cases, and discuss how to adapt the case method for their students.

What is Case Method teaching? Click here to learn more.
Our Speaker:

Michael Henges
12th grade AP Government and Economics Instructor
at Redondo Union High School

Mr. Henges teaches 12th grade AP Government and Economics at Redondo Union High School. He started his teaching career in Torrance at the middle school level where he taught for 4 years before coming to Redondo Union where he has been for the past 12 years.  In addition to teaching, Mr. Henges also coaches Mock Trial and is the co-chair of the Social Studies Department.  Over the years, he has also served in various capacities such as a Lead Instructional Technology Teacher, PTA Sacramento Safari lead teacher, Graduation Coordinator, and Teacher on Special Assignment.
Mr. Henges believes that teaching is a calling and it is the most direct way he knows how to help make the world a better place.  His wife is also a teacher and teaches adapted PE for students with special needs.  Mr. Henges has had the privilege to receive recognition for his work in and outside the classroom including the PTA Honorary Service Award, the California PTA Outstanding Teacher Award, 2018 Redondo Beach Unified Teacher of the Year, 2019 LA County Teacher of the Year, and 2019 California Teacher of the Year.   
Mr. Henges holds a Bachelors Degree in History from Cal Poly Pomona and a Masters Degree in Educational Technology from Azusa Pacific University. 
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