K–12 educators, join the National Archives for an online summer workshop series! Each two-hour program will explore how to use primary sources to delve into the big ideas of the founding documents. During each interactive session, participants will engage with primary sources and partake in collaborative group work and discussion to discover how to use National Archives resources and programs to teach civic knowledge and skills. The professional development includes a workshop on the Bill of Rights for elementary educators and one for secondary educators; Teaching the Constitution for elementary educators; and the Power to Vote for secondary educators. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. These programs are offered as part of “We Rule: Civics for All of US,” a new civic education initiative from the National Archives. Our interactive programs for students and teachers draw upon the vast holdings of the National Archives to promote the civic knowledge and skills students need in the 21st century. Each program is led by one of our educators located at National Archives sites, the Center for Legislative Archives, and Presidential Libraries across the country. Go here to learn more and register.