UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

REGISTER 7/19

July 19, 2022, 12:30-2:30 p.m. ET

Educators will learn to show students how to analyze women’s petitions to Congress from five different eras to identify the issues women petitioned about and place them into the context of their time.

 

The Bill of Rights Workshop for Elementary Educators

Join the National Archives for a summer virtual 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.

Registration is free and each program will be held via Zoom. You will receive the connection information via email the week of the event. Certificates of participation will be available by request. Please email civics@nara.gov with any questions.

The Bill of Rights Workshop for Secondary Educators

Participants in this online workshop will study the history of the Bill of Rights by analyzing primary sources. Discussions will focus on how the Bill of Rights was developed into a charter of liberty, and the participants will consider the best ways to incorporate the study of the Bill of Rights in a civic education curriculum.

July 21, 2022, 12:30-2:30 p.m. ET

REGISTER 7/21

We the People: Teaching the Constitution Workshop for Elementary Educators

July 26, 2022, 12:30-2:30 p.m. ET

Looking closely at the Preamble of the Constitution, teachers will work with primary sources from the National Archives and consider how the interpretation of “We the People” has changed over time. Participants will leave the online program with strategies for teaching the Constitution in ways that expand its accessibility in their K–5 classrooms.


The Power to Vote: Who Decides? Workshop for Secondary Educators

July 28, 2022, 12:30-2:30 p.m. ET

REGISTER 7/26

Participants in this online workshop will study the history of the Bill of Rights by analyzing primary sources. Discussions will focus on how the Bill of Rights was developed into a charter of liberty, and the participants will consider the best ways to incorporate the study of the Bill of Rights in a civic education curriculum.

REGISTER 7/28