Events / What Makes a Democracy? A Teaching with Primary Sources Workshop

What Makes a Democracy? A Teaching with Primary Sources Workshop

July 28, 2020 to July 30, 2020

Join us this July for our modified virtual workshop sponsored by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program. Reserve your spot now for this free workshop where you will work to develop a lesson using sources from the Library of Congress to engage your students in investigating a topic related to democracy.

Summer virtual sessions will be July 28, July 29, and July 30. Expect to spend no more than three hours with us each day in a virtual session that will include speakers, small group work, and breaks, and at least one hour working independently each of those days. We will also have 2 follow-up sessions in Fall 2020.

A highlight of our work together will be a Keynote talk with Professor Heather Cox Richardson.

There will be stipends available for participating educators and we anticipate offering fee-based professional learning credits. More details about program available soon, but register now to reserve your spot! (Spots for the entire workshop are limited.)

Register here.