The History Project at UC Davis
January 29 - Level 1 Follow Up (Calaveras County Office of Education)
February 7 - Level 1 (Butte COE)
April 6 - Level 1 (Sacramento COE)Register by contacting Letty Kraus, Academic Coordinator of the History Project at UC Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project
February 23 - Level 1 (Santa Clara COE)
July 15-19 - Level 2 (UC Berkeley)Register by contacting the UCBH-SSP at (510) 643-0897 or email@example.com The History Project at Fresno State For future offerings, contact Melissa Jordine, Site Director of the History Project at Fresno State, firstname.lastname@example.org The UCI History Project
May 7 and 14 - Level 1 (UC Irvine)Register by contacting Nicole Gilbertson, Site Director of the UCI History Project, email@example.com The UCLA History-Geography Project
July 10 - Level 1 (UCLA)Register by contacting Mary Miller, Co-Director of the UCLA History-Geography Project, firstname.lastname@example.org
April 20 - Level 1 (Reagan Library, Simi Valley)
Jully 22 - 25 - Level 2 (CSU Long Beach)Register by contacting Dave Neumann, Site Director of the History Project at CSU Long Beach, Dave.Neumann@csulb.edu
June 17 - Level 1 (Dominguez Hills)Register by contacting Lisa Hutton, Site Director of the Dominguez Hills History Project, email@example.com
TEACHING WITH PRIMARY SOURCES
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Professional development activities under Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) progress along three program levels. K-12 educators have the option of taking workshops and courses, offered by TPS Consortium members, under all or some of these levels, depending on their interests.
Level I - Participants gain strategies for using primary sources to help students engage in learning, develop critical thinking skills and build content knowledge.
Level II - Participants evaluate, create and teach topic-specific, content-informed lessons that integrate primary sources from the Library of Congress and exemplify effective instructional practices.
Level III - Experienced educators advocate the use of primary sources and help disseminate the ideas, methods and products of the TPS program.
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CHSSP REGIONAL SITES
Part of the nine disciplinary networks known collectively as the California Subject Matter Projects (CSMP) administered by the University of California, Office of the President, the CHSSP has seven sites on both University of California (UC) and California State Universities (CSU) across California.