Welcome to Connecticut History Day! We know that the 2020-2021 school year is and will be an extremely challenging one. We appreciate all that you are doing—teaching virtually and in person and constantly adjusting to changing circumstances. The goal of this post is to outline the materials and resources that we plan to provide for you in teaching Connecticut History Day.
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 1-2:30 p.m.
Join us for part or all of the day for this free workshop. If you can’t attend, register for the workshop and receive a recording of the workshop. Sessions will focus on: the 2021 Theme of Communication in History: The Key to Understanding, the new NHD Rules, strategies for teaching history virtually, online resources, and time for questions and answers.
Free! We will meet with you and your students virtually. Workshops last approximately 45 minutes. Workshop options are
Check out the NHD Theme Book, the list of 2021 CT Topics, and a short video about Communication in History: The Key to Understanding at https://www.historydayct.org/annual-theme-198008-762084
Short videos, worksheets, the Educator & Student Handbooks, and the new NHD Rulebook can be found here: https://www.historydayct.org/educator-resources
A plethora of materials for teachers (videos, lesson plans, webinars, and resources) are located at https://www.nhd.org/teacher-resources
Direct students to these online research resources at https://www.historydayct.org/student-research and project examples at https://www.historydayct.org/project-examples1
The State Coordinator will be offering periodic office hour for teachers. Pop in with questions or comments. The first one will be held on October 29 1-3 p.m. you can join us at:
Thank you for your hard work and commitment to Connecticut History Day!