Teaching the Constitution with the National Archives

Get ready for Constitution Day with primary sources, classroom activities, and programs from the National Archives! In this interactive virtual professional development workshop from 7-8 p.m. ET on Thursday, September 8, you will explore how to make teaching the Constitution hands-on and relevant to students’ lives with text analysis activities, primary sources, and online teaching Read More ⟶

Gilder Lehrman’s ‘Classroom-Ready’ American History PD Series Available

Explore the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s new “Classroom-Ready” American History Professional Development series. Held on Zoom last year, the series is now available as classroom-ready PD modules. The exciting How Did We Get Here? professional development series is designed to provide teachers with resources on topics in American history that are front-and-center in current events. Each Read More ⟶

Library of Congress Offers Summer PD Workshops

Apply now to join the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. for a 2½ day free professional development workshop, where you’ll learn and practice strategies for using primary sources with K-12 students. In each session, Library of Congress education specialists will model a variety of hands-on, inquiry-based teaching strategies for using primary sources to engage Read More ⟶

Registration Open for Share My Lesson Virtual Conference

Register for Share My Lesson’s 2022 Virtual Conference on March 21-24. Nearly 50 free, for-credit professional development webinars are offered. Attendees will hear from top-notch presenters including ADL, American Psychological Association, Barbara Blackburn, WETA’s Colorín Colorado, Girl Rising, Library of Congress, National Constitution Center, National Indian Education Association, NewsGuard, Next Gen Personal Finance, Random House, Read More ⟶

Applications Open for Monticello Teacher Institute

The Thomas Jefferson Foundation is proud to offer the Monticello Teacher Institute (MTI), an immersive professional development program that provides social studies teachers the opportunity to research and study at Monticello and the Jefferson Library in Charlottesville, Virginia. Participating teachers engage in: A collaborative environment, facilitated by group excursions, discussions with leading Jefferson scholars, and Read More ⟶

Apply for C-SPAN’s Teacher Fellowship Program

C-SPAN’s Teacher Fellowship program is designed for middle and high school educators who are familiar with C-SPAN’s programs and can demonstrate innovative methods of incorporating these programs into the classroom. This year C-SPAN will select up to five fellows to collaborate with the Education Relations team to develop new teaching materials. Each Fellow will work Read More ⟶