Thinking About Implementing History Day in Your Curriculum?
New and Improved Educator Workshop:
Legacy of Leadership:
Sources & National History Day
September 11 & 12, 2014
How to incorporate and strengthen History Day instruction in your classroom
How to search and locate millions of digital primary sources on the Library of Congress website (New this year: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels based upon teacher skill-level and experience)
How to create basic inquiry-based learning experiences
How to include Colorado history topics in your History Day instruction and in your classroom
Who is Eligible:
Current, past, and future History Day teachers who are committed to using History Day (new History Day teachers will be given priority)
Librarians, media specialists, technology teachers and other support personnel who will be working directly with History Day students
Travel stipend for those teachers traveling more than 60 miles
Substitute teacher reimbursement (unless provided by school/district)
History Day and TPS classroom materials
To register online click here. Registration deadline is June 1st to attend this FREE teacher workshop. Space is limited.
Can't make it? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see if the State Office can come to your school and offer a personalized training.
National History Day Graduate Course
In the fall, NHD is going to be offering their first graduate course for
professional development for Social Studies teachers, English / Language Arts
teachers, and School Librarians. The course is an introduction to Project
Based Learning Using the NHD Framework. This is designed for teachers earning
professional development credits (the rules vary in each state and in each
district). Participants have the opportunity to receive three graduate credits
from the University of San Diego for $600.
Click here for more details
Current Event, Training, and Professional Development Opportunities Available from our Partner Organizations
- Click here to learn about free 60-minute teacher webinars available from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.