Interactive Constitution – Virtual Class for Teens & Tweens
As students shift to remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis, the National Constitution Center is offering live interactive classes on the Constitution, led by President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen and scholars Kerry Sautner, Tom Donnelly, and Nicholas Mosvick. Available for middle, high school, and college students, these daily interactive sessions allow students to sign up for remote learning via Zoom where they can participate in daily lectures and lively conversations about the basic principles of the U.S. Constitution. Using the acclaimed nonpartisan Interactive Constitution as a learning platform, the National Constitution Center offers these free classes to students of all ages and will enlist thought leaders, historians, and judges from all perspectives to offer special lectures on the Constitution during the months ahead.
Event Cost: Free.
Event Times: 11 a.m. & noon, Wednesday-Thursday, noon Friday.
Wednesday, Freedom of the Press, 11 a.m. middle school, noon high school
Thursday, Freedom of the Press, 11 a.m. middle school, noon high school
Friday, Fourth Amendment, noon high school & college
Age recommendation: Teens, Tweens