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“Let Us Now Praise” National History Day

National History Day winners from Connecticut, 2014
National History Day, held every year in June at the University of Maryland College Park, is an outstanding opportunity for students to engage in a serious academic competition in the humanities and to acquire the prestige that comes from participation in such a competition. This year over 600,000 students will take part, along with 25,000 teachers.Read More »
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Exploring the Galapagos With Charles Darwin for National History Day 2016

Voyage of the Beagle, Darwin's voyage
Using Open Education Resources for National History DayI am a returning adult-student of 37, an intern with the National Endowment for the Humanities’ EDSITEment project, and a tutor of English and History. This blog is designed to help you get started with a National History Day project by introducing some high-quality open educational resources funded by NEH.Read More »
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How NEH and EDSITEment support National History Day

National History Day, held every year in June at the University of Maryland College Park, is a wonderful opportunity for students to engage in a serious academic competition in the humanities. Last year 600,000 students took part, along with 25,000 teachers. In the age of the Common Core State Standards, this exemplary program should be on the radar of every teacher, student, and parent.Read More »
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How to Make Sure Your National History Day Students Learn from the Experts

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and National History Day (NHD) are introducing the more than 600,000 students participating in National History Day contests to prominent public historians in a series of NEH Google+ Hangouts that give a behind-the-scenes look at NEH-supported exhibitions, films, and online projects.Read More »
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