Online event … Meet some of the sixty-one Connecticut middle and high school students who represented our state in the recent National History Day competition and hear about one student/teacher team who traveled to Hawaii to participate in the Sacrifice for Freedom Student & Teacher Institute.
Team CT students joined almost 3,000 students from across the United States and beyond who advanced through the gauntlet of school, regional, state, and affiliate contests to reach the national stage. Students presented their research in one of five formats: documentary, exhibit, paper, performance, and website. Students’ projects all related to this year’s theme of Debate and Diplomacy: Successes, Failures, Consequences. Enjoy hearing from these award-winning students about their experiences.
We will also be joined by Regina Lee from Vernon Middle School who participated in the Sacrifice for Freedom Student & Teacher Institute with her former student, Nicolas Angeli, and John Smith-Horn, a teacher at Timothy Edwards Middle School and CT’s 2022 nominee for the Patriciate Behring Teacher of the Year Junior Division.
Moderated by CT History Day State Coordinator, Rebecca Taber
Register for FREE here: https://bit.ly/CHD2022Conversation