National History Day Resources
NMAAHC wants to support your National History Day project. Through workshops, resources, and feedback sessions, NMAAHC is here to support your path to being a historian.
NHD Project E-Review Clinic
March 8-22, 2017
The NMAAHC is offering an E-Review Clinic for student participants of NHD. NMAAHC staff will offer feedback and suggestions on your individual or group project. Reviews will address the strengths and weaknesses of your project, questions you may have, or help you improve your project from the comments of judges at your local, school, county/district/regional or state competition.
The Power of the Written Word
Teen Writing & Literature Summer Institute
Power of the Written Word exposes teen participants to classic pieces of African American literature. Through guided discussions, this program allows teens to hone critical literature analysis, improve dialogue abilities, and strengthen their writing skills.
Facilitated by classroom teachers, students participate in discussion, complete writing assignments, and explore museum experiences which investigate themes within the chosen work and the larger American story.
Designed for rising 9th-12th grade students, participants complete a selection of short readings and reflection assignments at home as well as abide by a code of conduct while in the institute. The Museum provides the literature and supporting resources. This institute is FREE but registration is required as well as a commitment to attending the full week. Teen participants will be responsible for bringing for their own lunch.
Check back here for updates on Summer 2017 programs