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Summer 2016 Regional Programs

For more information on these programs or to register, click on the campus links listed below. Download a printable one-page flyer here.  Questions?  

Historical Thinking and the Common Core (June 28-30)
Teaching with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress:  The War Comes Home (July 18-21, 2016 and May 6, 2017)

CSU Long Beach

The Cold War Home Front* (June 19-24 or June 26-July 1)
Teacher Workshop on the Holocaust (July 11-15)
Alliance for Learning in World History (July 18-22)
Teach India Summer Workshop (July 25-29)

Elementary History-Social Science Workshops (late June, TBD)

UCLA

Teaching Ethnic Studies:  A Community History Approach (June 27-30)
Using Digital Tools to Support English Learners (July 11)
Places and Time:  LA History and Geography (July 11-15)

UC Berkeley

Technology in the Common Core Classroom (June 20-24)
Movement, Mobilization, and Militarization:  WWII and the Home Front* (June 27-July 1 or July 11-15)
California and the Nation:  Exploring the Significance of Local History (July 25-29)

UC Davis

Teacher Research Group : June 21–23 and 4 school - year dates @ Davis
The Transcontinental Railroad:  Transforming California and the Nation* (July 10-15 or July 24-29)
Supporting Historical Thinking and Literacy: August 2 – 4 @ Davis

 

** NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Institutes; registration for these programs is now closed.

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