Conferences, Workshops, and Special Events

Dave Piper and Gus McLeod surveying the 'Richest Hill on Earth,' ca. 1943, Robert Nesmith photographer, MHS Lot 019 B565

Dave Piper and Gus McLeod surveying the "Richest Hill on Earth," ca. 1943

2021 Montana History Conference—Mining the Past

The 48th Annual Montana History Conference will be held in Butte, September 23-25. Stay tuned for more information. 

 

If you missed our previous History Conferences, you can listen to our session recordings.


Educator Workshops

March 16: "Hooks: Humor, Story, and Other Ways to Bring Montana History to Life." Join us from 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. for this online sharing session to discover the resources and strategies your fellow classroom teachers use to bring Montana history to life. Register here.

April 20: "The New Montana Content Standards for Social Studies." Join us from 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. for this online sharing session to explore the resources and strategies to bring your classroom into alignment with the new social studies content standards (which go into effect June 30). Register here.

Bring a Montana Teacher Leader to Your Community!

Take advantage of our extraordinary Teacher Leaders in History program. Eleven elementary and middle school teachers from across the state, who have received training on the Montana Historical Society resources and are versed in best practices for history education, are available to provide professional development. Looking for a presenter at your school? Learn more. 

Check Out Our Online Professional Development

Take a guided tour of MHS's Educator Resources or explore the Montana History in 9 Easy Lessons and the Monatna History in 9 MORE Easy Lessons lecture series. Learn more.