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.
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.
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.
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.
The UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project will host a four-part series, designed for educators developing Ethnic Studies courses for the first time, and history teachers looking to inform their instruction with an Ethnic Studies lens.