Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

Hubert Teacher Selected for National History Day Fall Webinar Series

Published on: 12/4/2020

​Miss Angelina Muskin, a teacher at Hubert Middle School, was selected to participate in the fall 2020 Inspiring Student Research Webinar Series. This program is a collaboration between National History Day and the Library of Congress and includes 58 teachers from around the world.

The 58 teachers selected represent 40 of National History Day's affiliates across the country and around the world. The NHD network of 58 affiliates includes all 50 states and the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and international school programs in China, South Asia, and South Korea.

Since August, Miss Muskin has completed readings, engaged in discussion boards with peers from around the world, and joined live programs with historians and curriculum specialists to improve her practice. The course focuses on research skills, primary source analysis, historical thinking skills, and classroom application. Upon completing the series, she will have demonstrated the ability to pair Library of Congress resources with active learning strategies to inspire, engage, and support her students.

Congratulations, Miss Muskin!​

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