CAMP HISTORY DAY
Summer Camp for History Day Teachers
July 14 - 18, 2019 at Sonoma State University
Camp History Day will focus on implementing National History Day
in the classroom—from topic selection and research, to project development and presentation. Under the leadership of NHD-CA Coordinator Whitney Olson, NHD master teachers, and Sonoma State University librarians, participants will create a History Day project as they research a topic and develop a deeper understanding of the historical inquiry process. Sessions will include tips, tricks, and strategies from librarians and experienced NHD teachers on best practices, thesis statement development, project creation, and revision.
New and experienced NHD teachers will find themselves immersed in this fast-paced boot camp as we replicate an NHD year in three and a half days! The Jean and Charles Schulz Library is the venue, which allows researchers to access its collections and digital reference materials. The workshop will introduce participants to all NHD presentation categories with an emphasis upon documentary production. This workshop is open to 25 teachers.
Residential and Commuter Options Available.
Residential Fee: $580
Fee includes training, activities, resources, housing, and most meals. Housing is in the Beaujolais apartments, which feature private rooms and baths with shared living rooms and kitchens.
Late Registration: June 4 - 14, $630
Coordinator Fee: $725
For out of state coordinators. Fee includes same as Residential registrants.
More Information Coming.
Commuter Fee: $240
Fee includes training, activities,
resources, and most meals.
Regular Reg Extended to June 14th