Are you looking for ways to bring Landmark Supreme Court Cases to Life? Are you looking for ways to teach the new History and Social Science Standards? Want to find out how to use primary sources in your classroom? Looking for access to a plethora of free resources and materials?
Join ADE with our partners at Street Law for this highly engaging and interactive webinar which focuses on ways to breathe life into teaching landmark Supreme Court Cases. In this 3 hour session we will be focusing on two election cases- Baker v. Carr and Citizens United v. FEC.
Learning Goals for this session include:
Becoming familiar with the Baker v. Carr and Citizens United v. FEC Supreme Court cases
Using classroom-ready inquiry based, primary source activities to teach about these two cases
Examining the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources resources and webpage
Exploring the newly updated Landmarkcases.org and other Street Law Resources
The Zoom link will be sent out to all registrants. Materials will be mailed out ahead of time. Please register with a summer address and email. There is no cost for the training but we ask that you cancel your registration if you have a conflict and cannot attend so we can open it up to other educators. Each participant will receive 3 hours of PD credit for attending the training.