NHD Georgia 

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2021 NHD Georgia Teacher Online Workshops (virtual)
NHD WEBCENTRAL 101 - A Hands-On How To!  July 12 - 14, 2021 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm est
NHD RESEARCH 101 July 19-21 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm est
Online and On-time!!!
Middle and High School teachers (all levels of NHD experience)

As part of NHD Georgia's mentoring and outreach program, and in light of the continuing challenges we all face due to COVID-19 we are hosting two workshops this summer.  

NHDWeb Central 101 will focus on providing history day teachers with a hands-on introduction to NHD's new website building platform known as "NHDWebCentral."  Under the leadership of Sammi Jo Papas, Co coordinator of NHD Minnesota, this 3 day workshop will provide an introduction to the basics of NHD website design, the basic tools and architecture of NHDWebCentral, and give teachers an opportunity to ground themselves in the platform by building webpages within it.  Sensitive to the fact that our teachers have been teaching online and/or hybrid this year, the sessions will be limited to 3 hours per day for the duration of the workshop.  Participating teachers will have access to a digital materials produced in support of the workshop and content support by LaGrange College faculty, Lewis Library faculty, and NHD Georgia staff.  The goal of this year's workshop is to help NHD teachers become grounded in NHDWebCentral and better prepared to help their students get the most out of the program.  Participants will have access to LaGrange College's digital materials.  Because of the hands-on nature of this workshop participation is limited to 20 teachers.

NHD Research 101 will focus on providing history day teachers with a grounding and hands-on introduction to 'driver' of every historical project, including NHD:  research!  Over the course of this workshop participants will review and consider the fundamental importance of quality research to NHD.  They will then be introduced to the growing body of resource collections, where to find them and how to access them.  This component will emphasize the important role GALILEO can play in the Georgia NHD classroom.  After laying this groundwork, participants will then use pathfinders to conduct research themselves.  Sensitive to the fact that our teachers have been teaching online and/or hybrid this year, the sessions will be limited to 3 hours per day for the duration of the workshop.  Participating teachers will have access to a digital materials produced in support of the workshop and content support by LaGrange College faculty, Lewis Library faculty, and NHD Georgia staff.   Because of the hands-on nature of this workshop participation is limited to 20 teachers.

 

 

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For more information please contact:

Kevin Shirley
State Co Coordinator
National History Day in Georgia
kshirley@lagrange.edu.

 

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