2008 National Conference » Speakers

Jennifer Baker

Junior High School Educator, Davis School District

Jennifer Baker has been teaching Utah History, United States History, and Geography in the Davis School District for seven years. She has been a curriculum writer for the Japanese American National Museum Enduring Communities Program, culminating this year. She has presented at several conferences as part of this program. Jennifer’s classes also created a museum presentation on local Japanese American issues for the Syracuse, Utah Cultural Museum. This fall, she will be teaching 8th Grade United States History and Debate at Sunset Junior High. She is a native of northern Utah who delights in her husband and two sons, as well as reading, hiking and sewing.

Speaker Events

Saturday, July 5

History Day and More: How to Plan a Project that Goes Beyond Your School
Jennifer Baker, Junior High School Educator, Davis School District
Nancy Nakae, Director/Curator, Syracuse Museum & Cultural Center
Time: 2:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Location: Mineral Hall A, 3rd Floor
Topic: Youth-Friendly