6 Big Ideas in the U.S. Constitution

Dates: January 27
Location: Online

The Oklahoma Humanities is pleased to announce a new civics curriculum collaboration with the Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives and the National Archives Foundation that will provide free online curriculum training for 75 teachers this January.

The training will be open to middle school and high school level educators.

Informed and active participation in civic life is rooted in understanding the design of the government and how it works. Led by the Center for Legislative Archives Outreach Supervisor Charles Flanagan, the curriculum focuses on teaching the foundational principles that shape the Constitution and the institutions that bring its design to life. Thus, students learn the significance of the guiding principles of our nation’s framing document and the importance of participatory government it creates and reinforces.

Our final registration date is below and open on a first-come, first-serve basis and limited to 25 teachers per day, per class. Each session will run approximately 60 minutes.

January 27 at 3:00-4:00pm CST: REGISTER >

To help us better understand your needs, we invite you to take this brief civics survey.


This workshop is presented in part through the generous support of