2022-2023 School Year

Teaching With Primary Sources Teacher and Student Workshop

Audience: Teachers and Students

Are you starting a Texas History Day program at your school? Are you a new teacher? Do your students need help with primary sources? Do you have a sophomore or junior year student who would like to attend with you?

We will be conducting Teaching with Primary Source workshops in five cities this Fall 2022. You are welcome to register for the workshop that is closest to you. For more information contact Lisa Berg, [email protected].

Bryan/College Station (Bryan ISD)–September 17, 2022 (10am-4pm)Registration Closed (email [email protected])

Edinburg (UT-Rio Grande)–September 17, 2022 (10am-4pm) Registration Closed (email [email protected])

Denton (University of North Texas)–September 24, 2022 (10am-4pm) Click Here to Register

Waco (Baylor)–October 8, 2022 (10am to 4pm) Click Here to Register

Nacogdoches (Stephen F Austin State University)–October 8, 2022 (10am to 4pm) Click Here to Register

Audience: Parents

Do your kids participate in Texas History Day? Contact THD and let us help. The state coordinator can visit your campus and help your students explore the NHD theme, decide what category might work best for them, discuss selecting and narrowing topics, outline research and writing, provide tips and tricks for success, and more. In addition, we would be glad to assist in parent meetings.

To schedule contact [email protected]  by email or at 512-471-2600.