E komo mai to Hawaiʻi History Day Resources pages for teachers, students, and judges. In these pages you can find more information about our program and how to participate. You can also learn about different research strategies, as well as various pedagogical tools for teaching history with a variety of age groups.
These general resources are a good place to start for anyone interested in Hawai’i History Day. Through the links below, you will find information on our 2020-2021 History Day theme. Check back here regularly to keep up to date, as we will be updating this section with new information!
Click to access our Hawai’i History Day 2022–2023 Calendar. Please note that due to changing conditions, this calendar may also change. Thank you for your patience!
This year, the theme for History Day is “Frontiers in History: People, Places, Ideas.” For more details on the theme for this year, see the 2022–2023 theme description.
Need topic ideas for your project? See this year’s list of project Hawai’i-specific project topics that connect to the theme Frontiers in History: People, Places, Ideas. You are not required to do Hawai’i-specific topics, but it is great to explore the history in our backyard!
For more resources, visit our Hawaiʻi History Day resource pages!
Our local news community wants to know about all the amazing accomplishments of our Hawaiʻi History Day students and they want to hear from you, their teachers, their family, and their schools!
We wanted to provide tools and resources for our History Day family members to tell their stories, and thus, we would like to offer this press kit that we have put together. This kit includes:
If you have any questions or would like further support, we encourage you to contact us for assistance at email@example.com.
–E Mālama i ka moʻololo
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Visit our resource page for students for quick links to important information on this year’s History Day theme, project rule and category updates, and research resources.
For teachers, visit our teacher resource page to find information on how to get started, and resource Padlets with information on research resources, community organizations, teacher workshops, and more! Resources are also available for teachers in our ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi category.
For History Day judges, our judge resource page contains quick links to contest themes and rules, project category evaluation forms, and online training sessions.