National Constitution Center’s Online PD Workshops

The National Constitution Center offers free, online teacher workshops via Zoom. Two formats are available: open-source webinars and on-demand workshops requested by schools, districts, or other educational agencies. All online workshops introduce the Center’s framework for constitutional literacy education and highlight a range of free, online resources and classroom application strategies to support your teaching Read More ⟶

Join the Constitution Center’s Teacher Advisory Council

The National Constitution Center is looking for members of the classroom education field to join our Teacher Advisory Council as an NCCed Adviser and help us to promote constitutional literacy. NCCed Advisers are active and engaged educational professionals who support, promote and represent the National Constitution Center with outreach and professional development opportunities. NCCed Advisers Read More ⟶

We the Future Contest

K-12 teachers and students are invited to enter Constituting America’s We the Future Contest! Teachers may submit a U.S. Constitution lesson plan and win $2,000. High school students may choose to enter an essay, song, PSA, short film, or conduct a STEM project and win $1,000. Middle school students may submit an essay, STEM project, Read More ⟶

Library Of Congress Summer Webinars

This summer, the Library of Congress is offering a series of free, one-hour webinars for educators interested in using primary sources with their students. Individual webinar descriptions and links to register may be found here. Educators participating in a live webinar session may request a certificate for one hour of professional development. Recordings of previously Read More ⟶

Fall Webinar Offered On Presidential Powers

The National Archives and Records Administration, in partnership with the Presidential Primary Sources Project, is offering a webinar for secondary school (grades 6-12) educators on September 22 called “Presidential Powers and Precedents: What’s the Limit?” The 90-minute session is scheduled at 4 p.m. ET. Five case studies will examine the limits of presidential power. Participating Read More ⟶