UPCOMING 

WORKSHOP DATES & TIMES

APRIL 14 @ 4:30pm (ET)

Educators will learn how to get students to collaborate and complete an oversized board game/flow chart in a lesson illustrating the process of how a bill becomes a law, and they analyze historic congressional documents to identify what happens at each step along the way. 

April 21 @ 6:30pm (ET)

Educators will learn to show students how to collaborate and create a visual “map”of the Constitution and then analyze the Charter’s main ideas in a variety of ways, including analyzing primary sources and debating core constitutional principles.
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April 28 @ 6:30pm (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 context of their time.

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May 5 @ 6:30pm (ET)

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August 17 @ 11:30am (ET)

Educators will learn to show students how to collaborate and create a visual “map”of the Constitution and then analyze the Charter’s main ideas in a variety of ways, including analyzing primary sources and debating core constitutional principles.
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August 18 @ 11:30am (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 context of their time.

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August 19 @ 11:30am (ET)

Educators will learn how to show students to use and analyze primary sources documents from the holdings of the National Archives to assess the impact of legalized racial segregation on the lives of Black Americans from 1944 – 1960.
 
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April 22 @ 3:30pm (ET)

Educators will learn to show students how to collaborate and create a visual “map”of the Constitution and then analyze the Charter’s main ideas in a variety of ways, including analyzing primary sources and debating core constitutional principles.
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April 27 @ 3:30pm (ET)

Educators will learn how to show students to use and analyze primary sources documents from the holdings of the National Archives to assess the impact of legalized racial segregation on the lives of Black Americans from 1944 – 1960.
 
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Educators will learn how to show students to use and analyze primary sources documents from the holdings of the National Archives to assess the impact of legalized racial segregation on the lives of Black Americans from 1944 – 1960.
 

May 20 @ 3:00pm (ET)

Educators will learn how to get students to collaborate and complete an oversized board game/flow chart in a lesson illustrating the process of how a bill becomes a law, and they analyze historic congressional documents to identify what happens at each step along the way. 
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