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Civics/Government

Innovative and Collaborative Teacher Transformation

Discover the power of interdisciplinary, collaborative planning using micro-credentialing for teachers to develop skill in civic-mindedness. Create inquiry-based civic lessons using Library of Congress resources.

Keeping Current with Civic Action

Learn about Civic Action Project (CAP), a free project-based learning curriculum for high school civics and government students and now for middle school students too.

The U.S. Constitution: Dead or Alive?

Explore Constitutional interpretations (i.e., original intent vs. living document) through exemplary lessons created by James Madison fellows about amendments, Supreme Court decisions, and various legislative and executive actions.

Hearing the Other Side at Home and at School

Using a Harvard-developed reflection-action framework, explore how to help students engage in vital conversations about politics, race, and important social issues to rebuild the center in a divisive era.

Rho Kappa Advisors Session

Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society advisors are invited to exchange ideas regarding best practices in leading their Rho Kappa chapters.

When Current Events Make You Cringe-CANCELED

Students have instant access to information of varied reliability in a social climate filled with divisiveness. Gain tools for navigating respectful dialogue of current events with grit, trust, and compassion.

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