The National Constitution Center is a one-stop civic education headquarters and Philadelphia's premier field trip destination. The Center brings the story of "We the People" to life for students through an interactive museum experience and innovative tools for teaching the Constitution in your classroom. For more information, please visit: www.constitutioncenter.org/learn.
The National Constitution Center is private nonprofit chartered by Congress to "disseminate information about the United States Constitution to the American people on a nonpartisan basis." The Center's educational framework consists of three key components: Historical Foundations through Storytelling, Constitutional Thinking Skills, and Civil Dialogue & Refection. To fulfill its educational mission, the Center creates and distributes lesson plans, videos, podcasts, and other classroom materials. The focal point of these resources is the Interactive Constitution, which brings balanced perspectives on each clause of the Constitution from leading scholars.
To access these free resources by the National Constitution Center visit: www.constitutioncenter.org/learn.
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