National History Day in Indiana is a project-based learning program that encourages students to explore their own interests in history, conduct research and create projects in the form of exhibits, documentaries, original dramatic performances, papers and Web sites.
Educators use History Day in their classrooms because it fits a wide variety of academic standards, teaches presentation and critical thinking skills, and makes history fun for students of all abilities.
Students enjoy History Day because it allows them to explore their own interests in history, create projects from their own research efforts and challenges them to think like professional historians.
Browse the National History Day in Indiana video and explore our History Day pages to find out how to get involved with this exciting program for Indiana youth in grades four through 12.
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