May 3

Teaching History Conference at UCLA

Culturally Responsive Teaching in the History Classroom Registration is now open for the 2019 Teaching History Conference! The Conference invites history educators from across the K-16 continuum to sign up and join them on May 3rd and 4th at UCLA. Keynote speakers include Professors Kelly Lytle Hernandez, author of City of Inmates, and H. Samy Alim, co-editor of Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies...Read More
April 8

History-Social Science Community of Practice Workshop

Region 5 Professional Development Day for elementary and secondary teachers, and administrators and paraprofessionals. Part of the Phase 2: Implementing the Framework series. Mark  your calendars, more information available soon.
March 15

Conference: California Council for the Social Studies

Attend the annual conference of the California Council for the the Social Studies. Held in San Jose this year, find additional information here.
February 11

Civics, Language & Literacy

An all day workshop designed for secondary teachers and led by Dr. Daisy Martin and Professor George Bunch. Location: Monterey County Office of Education. See here for more information and for free registration.
January 31

MA/Credential Alumni Event

An Introduction to the History & Civics Project for UC Santa Cruz Credential Program alumni. Reception in McHenry Library breezeway followed by conversations in teaching lab. Contact Deana Tanguay, Program Manager, for more information at dtanguay@ucsc.edu.
October 31

Implementing the Framework in High School Classrooms

The first of two all day professional development sessions for Nipomo and Arroyo Grande High School teachers.
October 11

CA H-SS Network Conversation

California’s History-Social Science Project leaders and staff meet with Professors Monte-Sano and Schleppegrell from the University of Michigan to talk about the teaching of writing and learn about their recent work.
September 25

National Voter Registration Day

Register to vote and encourage others to do the same! See here.
September 18

High School Voter Education Weeks

To encourage California’s students to become active and engaged participants in our democracy, California has designated the last two weeks of September “Voter Education Weeks.” See here  for more information and ideas for participating in this initiative.
September 17

Constitution Day

Celebrate the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens!