The National History Day in North Dakota program offers everything educators need to bring project-based learning to their classrooms. The program integrates with an interdisciplinary, standards-based curriculum and provides students with a variety of choices in topic and presentation. Not only does National History Day in North Dakota offer a ready to implement, “off-the-shelf” project-based learning method, it makes history relevant to students, teaching them how and why to think like a historian. History Day is inquiry-based and incorporates 21st Century skills through collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking.

Staff at the State Historical Society are here to help. We can meet with educators, students, parents, and administrative officials to help share the value of the program, how to get started, and what to do next. Contact the state coordinator, Danielle Stuckle, at or 701-328-2794.




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