CCHE Conference Highlights - Register today!
The program takes advantage of the rich historical resources available in California's capital city. This year we are offering unique opportunities for participants to explore the material dimensions of history in Special Teacher Workshops at the Center for Sacramento History and the California State Archives as well as opportunitites to explore The California Museum's exhibits.
The conference features in-depth Common Core professional development with the Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) and the California History-Social Science Project. We are also offering a strand on LGBTQ inclusive curriculum that implements the FAIR Act (SB48, 2011).
- Attend the conference keynote address by award-winning historian Charles Postel on Teaching Progressivism in America's Second Gilded Age
- Join Sascha Rice for a special screening of her Emmy-nominated documentary film, California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown. This event is sponsored by the Center for California Studies at Sacramento State and is free and open to the public.
- Attend a workshop with Ms. Rice to learn about valuable teaching resources developed for the film.
- Attend the conference plenary address by historian, Dale Steiner, Chair of the NCHE Board of Trustees on Impact of Common Core State Standards on History Teaching.
- Hear the California Department of Education discuss state-level projects related to the Common Core.
- Learn from K-12 educators sharing best practices in History-Social Science education.
Register by October 22nd to attend The California Museum's Art of the Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos party on Friday, October 25th as a guest of CCHE.
Who Should Attend:
- K-12 Teachers (pre-service and in-service)
- Professional Development Providers
- Curriculum Specialists
- College and University Professors and Graduate Students
- Public Historians interested in school outreach