2014 National History Day theme, Rights and Responsibilities in History Theme Discussion
Do your participants have lots of questions about the 2014 National History Day theme, Rights and Responsibilities in History? We are here to help answer them!
On Tuesday, October 8, 2013 from 4:00-6:00pm ET, NHD will be holding an online discussion about this year’s theme where staff members will address questions from teachers, students and parents. Coordinators are invited too! (If you are not available during this time, don’t worry. All questions and answers will be posted on our website for your convenience.)
You and your participants can send us questions ahead of time from October 3 - 7 by emailing email@example.com. Please make sure you have “NHD THEME DISCUSSION” in your email subject line. To send us questions during the 4 – 6 live discussion time, use the same firstname.lastname@example.org email address.
To view the discussion, go online to the National History Day website, www.nhd.org. There will be a button on the homepage that will take you directly to the online discussion page. Please note that this is not an “online chat” in the usual sense, but all questions and their answers will be posted on the discussion page on our website as quickly as possible in the order received.
Friday, October 18, 2013
Please join us at our 56th annual October Conference for Teachers - a professional development opportunity in social studies education. The 2013 conference will take place in Cooperstown, New York, on Friday, October 18.
This professional development opportunity focuses on current issues, topics and practices in social studies education. You are invited to take part in our tradition of offering quality programming and education to New York’s teachers and students. The conference is held on the campus of the New York State Historical Association and The Farmers’ Museum.
This year's conference will include New York State COMMON CORE CURRICULUM. Other sessions include skills based learning, hands-on museum workshops, historical lectures, and include "working" sessions for teachers.
Come share your knowledge with other teachers from across the state this October!
For information or to register please click here