Archived Events

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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Critical Reading Group

Join history educators from across California to discuss "How to be an Anti-Racist" in the context of history classrooms. Session 1 is July 21. Followed by a second session on August 4.  Both sessions will be held from 10 am - 12 pm.  Registration now closed.

  • CHSSP Statewide Network
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Environmental Literacy, Environmental Justice

Learn about Environmental Principles and Concepts in History and Science. Environmental literacy provides an opportunity for teachers to engage in interdisciplinary instruction to promote student engagement.

  • UC Irvine History Project
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Youth as Changemakers

This three-day program explores the history of activism by youth in US History.

  • UCLA History-Geography Project & UCI History Project
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