Remote Learning

Constitutional Exchanges from the National Constitution Center 

The Exchange Program connects middle school, high school, and college students online to practice civil dialogue skills, apply critical thinking and active listening, and learn how the Constitution impacts their lives. All programs are offered for free.

Students, teachers, and parents can join a constitutional conversation from anywhere in the United States through Zoom, accessible from home computer, laptop, or phone.

Three great ways to have a Constitutional Exchange

Scholar Exchanges: <br>Open-Source Sessions

Scholar Exchanges:
Open-Source Sessions

Part lecture and part lively conversation, sessions are open to the public for students, teachers, and parents to join in a constitutional discussion with NCC scholars.

  • A full schedule for Fall 2020 will be announced soon!
Scholar Exchanges: <br>By Request Sessions

Scholar Exchanges:
By Request Sessions

Teachers can request private Exchanges between their classes and a constitutional scholar. Choose from a variety of constitutional topics.

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Classroom Exchanges

Classroom Exchanges

Classes interact directly with other classes across the country and apply critical thinking and listening skills to a constitutional issue that matters to them. 

 

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View Past Exchanges

Earlier this year, historian Eric Foner joined Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, for a conversation about the history and legacy of the 14th Amendment. 

Check out all of our spring 2020 Exchanges here.

Brand new sessions are coming this fall. Stay tuned for the full schedule. 

More Online Resources

Our extensive library of FREE, resources is available online, and includes: 

Visit our LEARN page for a full list of resources!

Online Professional Development Opportunities

The National Constitution Center offers free, online teacher workshops via Zoom. Two formats are available: open-source webinars and on-demand workshops requested by schools, districts, or other educational agencies. All online workshops introduce the Center’s framework for constitutional literacy education and highlight a range of free, online resources and classroom application strategies to support your teaching and your students’ learning. Online workshops are facilitated by a member of the Center’s education team.

Visit our Professional Development page for more information, or to schedule your online PD, email Mike Adams, Director of Education, at [email protected].

To view recordings of previous PD webinars, visit the Center’s YouTube channel here.