Recorded Classes

The National Constitution Center is now 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 school, high school, and college students, these interactive sessions allow students to sign up for remote learning via Zoom and participate in lectures and lively conversations about the basic principles of the U.S. Constitution. 

View recorded classes below, and check out our schedule to participate in an upcoming live class!

Latest Classes 

Article II: The Presidency and the Executive Branch
Advanced Session 

Article II: The Presidency and the Executive Branch
Introductory Session 

 

Article I: The Legislative Branch with Gary Lawson
All Ages Session 

Article I: Congress - The Legislative Branch
Advanced Session 

Article I: Congress - The Legislative Branch 
Introductory Session 

 

Voting Rights Amendments with Jamelle Bouie
All Ages Session   

Voting Rights Amendments  
Advanced Session 

Voting Rights Amendments  
Introductory Session 

 

Learning About National Elections with Michael T. Morley
All Ages Session  

Learning About National Elections
Advanced Session 

Learning About National Elections
Introductory Session 

 

Amendment Review: 27 Amendments in 27 Minutes with Jeffrey Rosen 
All Ages Session  

Amendment Review: 27 Amendments in 27 Minutes 
Advanced Session 

Amendment Review: 27 Amendments in 27 Minutes 
Introductory Session 

 

Federalism and Separation of Powers with Christopher Brooks
All Ages Session 

Federalism and Separation of Powers 
Advanced Session 

Federalism and Separation of Powers 
Introductory Session 

 

Principles of the American Constitution, 1776-1787 with Dr. Jem Spectar 
All Ages Session 

Principles of the American Constitution, 1776-1787
Advanced Session 

Principles of the American Constitution, 1776-1787
Introductory Session 

 

Principles of the American Revolution Featuring Akhil Reed Amar
All Ages Session 

Principles of the American Revolution
Advanced Session 

Principles of the American Revolution
Introductory Session 

 

Constitutional Conversations and Civil Dialogue with Philip C. Bobbitt 
All-Ages Session

Constitutional Conversations and Civil Dialogue
Advanced Session 

Constitutional Conversations and Civil Dialogue
Introductory Session 

 

Ratification and The Federalist Papers with James Madison
All-Ages Session 

Ratification and The Federalist Papers
Advanced Session 

Ratification and The Federalist Papers
Introductory Session 

 

Constitutional All-Stars (Constitution Day Class)
All-ages Session 

The Constitutional Convention 
Advanced Session 

The Constitutional Convention 
Introductory Session 

 

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Judges on Judging   State of the Union: Civics   Naturalization Ceremony  
Preamble Reading and Kids Town Hall    Tour of Signers Hall

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More For The Classroom

Scholar Exchanges

Part lecture and part lively conversation, these online classes allow students, teachers, and parents can join in discussions with scholars on core Constitutional topics.

Professional Development

Join other educators for a variety of programs that enhance your teaching of the Constitution.