Check out the new resources from the National Constitution Center: Constitutional Exchanges. Live online classes are available on constitutional topics for middle school and high school students. All programs are offered for free and are meant to build constitutional knowledge through live interactive classes and the National Constitution Center’s acclaimed online learning platform, the Interactive Constitution. You can find Upcoming Scholar Exchanges, View Past Exchanges, and explore additional online resources that include opportunities for students to engage with constitutional experts and guest scholars.
These student resources can be used by parents, caregivers, and teachers in the classroom or at home. The online classes allow learners to practice civil dialogue skills, apply critical thinking and active listening, and learn about the Constitution and how it affects their lives.
The National Constitution Center brings innovative teaching tools and classroom learning materials to your social studies instruction. . The Media Library is filled with Podcasts, Town Hall Videos, Blog Posts, and Educational Videos. The videos feature influential experts such as Secretary Madeleine Albright, State Attorneys General, and other experts.