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Upcoming Webinars

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We invite teachers to an immersive and enlightening professional learning experience. Engage with a character interpreter from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, who will provide unique insights into the Marbury v. Madison case and share why it is considered a cornerstone of judicial review.
Date: March 12, 2024
7:00 pm ET / 4:00 pm PT
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Join us on March 27 at 7 p.m. ET for an exciting professional learning program titled “Women, War, and Citizenship: Exploring Diverse Perspectives.” This program aims to provide teachers with a comprehensive understanding of women's pivotal role during the Civil War.
Date: March 27, 2024
7:00 pm ET / 4:00 pm PT
This virtual professional development series is dedicated to enhancing your teaching prowess through the Project Citizen curriculum. We'll help you unlock the full potential of this curriculum by showcasing the importance of student-driven learning. We'll dive deep into the Project Citizen Portfolio, demonstrating its practicality as an assessment strategy that truly reflects the skills and knowledge your students are acquiring.
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The Center for Civic Education conducted two webinars on how to teach the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution for high school and middle school teachers.
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Gain advice on how to teach We the People and other civics and government content in our new and challenging world of social distancing and blended or online learning.
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This seven-part series is designed for teachers and those interested in civics, government, U.S. history, and learning the different ways people participate in our government.
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How a country responds to a national crisis reveals much. American responses to COVID-19 provide a window revealing issues of federalism, separation of powers, and civil liberties.
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This seven-part series is designed for teachers and those interested in civics, government, U.S. history, and learning the different ways people participate in our government.
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How a country responds to a national crisis reveals much. American responses to COVID-19 provide a window revealing issues of federalism, separation of powers, and civil liberties.

Individual Webinars

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Embark on a captivating journey through time as we explore the evolution of elections, from the foundations of democracy in early America to the intricacies of the modern electoral process. Receive 1.5 contact hours for professional development purposes.
Recording Pending
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Equip yourself with the tools and skills to establish a classroom environment primed for meaningful, student-led civic action. Join the National Liberty Museum and the Center for Civic Education for an engaging workshop,
Recording Pending
Once students are equipped with quality sources, the hard part comes: reading them for their inherent biases but also recognizing that such biases exist in all of us and affect our interactions with sources.
Date Recorded: May 15, 2023
Engage with the reality of why students can often be too dependent on sources that seem reliable and learn to equip them to evaluate news and current event resources and the usefulness of their content.
Date Recorded: May 8, 2023
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, explore resources and learn how to commemorate the attacks and teach about their enduring repercussions for a generation with no memory of the event.
Date Recorded: September 9, 2021
Presented with iCivics + We the People: Explore the long and troubled history of voting rights in the United States and share tips for teaching representation and the expansion of suffrage.
Date Recorded: October 7, 2020

Professional Development

The Center has offered high-quality educator professional development for decades. Today, we provide such opportunities through our partners in several states in addition to organized Center events, self-paced online courses, and special webinars.
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