Archived Events

Political Cartoon Webinar Series

Join us for a special three-part online workshop series focused on the use of political cartoons in the history-social science classroom.  This unique series will feature presentations by UC Davis historians, coupled with insights from collector Michael Kahn, who for the first time is sharing acc

Building Students' Media Literacy for Civic Engagement

In a world flooded with competing, conflicting, and contradictory information, students need tools and strategies to identify the purpose, audience, and motives of different information sources, including speeches, posters, advertisements, and social network posts.

  • UC Irvine History Project & UC Santa Cruz History & Civics Project
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Advisory Board Meeting

Meeting of the Advisory Board of the California History-Social Science Project

1. Public comment*

2. Program Update

3. Budget guidance

Discord and Crisis: The 2020 Election

Join us for this free webinar series designed to help teachers empower their students to navigate this year's election.  All sessions will be held via Zoom from 4 - 5:30 pm.

  • UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project, the History & Civics Project at UC Santa Cruz, and the History Project at UC Davis
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Assessing Student Learning

How can we use assessment to learn about who students are and what students know to inform instruction and improve student learning? We will share a process for developing assessments in inquiry-based classrooms.

  • UC Irvine History Project
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What Makes a Democracy? (Teaching with Primary Sources)

Join us for a three-day summer workshop that will include presentations by scholars and teacher-leaders, and tools and resources for integrating multiple sources and historical thinking into your curriculum.

  • The History & Civics Project at UC Santa Cruz
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