The Center on Representative Government hosts free civics webinars and workshops for teachers throughout the country. These workshops aim to inform teachers on how to incorporate the free civics interactive Engaging Congress into their existing curriculum. These sessions include activities and free giveaways. For more information contact Dr. Elizabeth R. Osborn, Director of Education.
2022 NCHE Conference • March 17-20, 2022
Historical Communities of Promise and Practice
The Center on Representative Government would love to see you at the conference.
We will have a virtual booth from March 17-20. Drop by and say hi!
Session: “A Republic, if we can TEACH it”
Friday, March 18, at 5:45 p.m.
Session: “Action Citizen: Youth and the Environment”
Saturday, March 20 at 10:45 a.m.
This session provides a sneak preview of our new (free) civics interactive. See how we are teaching students how to identify the duties and responsibilities of local, state, and national government. Then, how they can create an action plan and make a difference.
Keynote: “ Founding Frenemies” by Alexis Coe
Sunday, March 20, 4:30 p.m.
CORG is sponsoring Sunday’s keynote address. Prior to the keynote, CORG Executive Director Valerie Peña will give an update on what’s been happening at CORG over the last two years.
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Friday, June 26
Using Library of Congress Resources to promote historical understanding
Thursday, June 25
Effective Use of Primary Sources for Remote Teaching and Learning
Wednesday, May 13
Unconference: Teaching Civics with Digital Primary Sources
Tuesday, April 28
Webinar: Using Engaging Congress