AIHE's mission is to provide history and social studies teachers with high-quality professional development programs, firmly anchored in rich historical content.
Test your knowledge of the Constitution with the online Constitution Duel developed by the Bill of Rights Institute. You will be asked to answer 15 multiple choice questions to defend your constitutional honor. All questions will come from 4 categories; the Constitution, primary source documents, landmark Supreme Court cases, and historic people. Take the quiz as an individual or as a team - get your whole class involved and challenge another classroom to a Constitution knowledge duel!
Online Professional Development for Educators that improves student learning in classrooms and schools across the nation.AIHE's mission is to provide history and social studies teachers with high-quality professional development programs, firmly anchored in rich historical content.
Explore the Constitution with this easy to use, clause-by-clause guide to constitutional principles and facts.
The Exchange is a nationwide conversation series on current constitutional issues. This program encourages students to apply constitutional values to the most pressing and often divisive issues of the day as they seek common ground. In addition to a live nationwide webcast with high school students from around the country, The Exchange includes a free classroom poster, which contains a lesson designed to promote classroom deliberation.
Fast Facts and teach TEN key facts about the Constitution.
With the format pioneered at the National Constitution Center, it is easy to turn your classroom into a town hall where constitutional issues are deliberated.
A lesson plan carefully designed to highlight the three spheres of civic education as detailed by the National Constitution Center; that is, the lesson includes civic knowledge, active citizenship, and democratic deliberation.
Complete biographies of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787.
Have your students dig into the latest headlines and discover the Constitution’s relevance to what’s happening today.
Discover how 200 years of constitutional history has been shaped through a collection of stories and headlines spotlighting some of the people, events and issues in American history.
Track legislation and election results, contact your representatives, and gain the civic knowledge that is the foundation of informed, active citizenship, all from this remarkable section of the Center’s website!
From the moment students enter the room, they will begin to examine and understand the role of the people in the Constitution.