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Summer Camp for History Day Teachers

July 12 - 15, 2020 at Sonoma State University



Start the school year with National History Day fully integrated into your curriculum! The redesigned Camp History Day 2.0 offers teachers an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of historical inquiry and History Day projects as they identify and plan for the skills their students need to successfully engage in inquiry, digital citizenship, and media literacy. Under the leadership of NHD-CA Coordinator Whitney Olson, NHD-CA master teachers, and the Sonoma State Library staff, participants will learn tips, tricks, and strategies as they develop a cohesive plan that aligns with the CA H-SS Framework and prepares students for success with NHD. 


At Camp History Day 2.0, new and experienced NHD teachers and coordinators will plan for the thorough implementation of NHD into the classroom or educational setting. Learn from others, engage with mentors, and boost your historical inquiry knowledge this summer. Join us on the Sonoma State University Campus in Sonoma County, located in the heart of the redwood empire and wine country. This workshop is open to 25 teachers. 


Residential and Commuter Options Available.



Residential Fee: $450

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 1- 15, $500

Commuter Fee: $200

Fee includes training, activities,

resources, and most meals.


Coordinator Fee: $545

For out of state coordinators. Fee includes same as residential registrants.


CEU Credit: $120

3 CEU Credits offered through Sonoma State University Extended Education.

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