Throughout the academic year, Classroom Law Project offers a variety of content and strategy workshops for teachers. We provide PDU hours, travel stipends, substitute stipends, and all workshops provide relevant and actionable training that educators can use immediately. Let us know if there is a topic or a region where you would like us to host or facilitate a workshop – we will come to you!
Workshop - April 10
This Civic Engagement and the Ethics of Public Health workshop explores civic participation and inquiry-based projects based on relevant health and bioethics issues, and shows you how to engage students in projects that impact their communities.REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED.
2020 Election Workshop
If you missed the virtual workshop, you can still access the "2020 Election: Why Voting Matters" materials for new and refreshed elections resources, materials, and strategies for your classroom.Connect to 2020 election resources HERE
The Civic Engagement and the Ethics of Public Health workshop was supported by University of Oregon's Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, and engaged participants in the Project Citizen model around current public health policy.Access content HERE
Geo-Civics: Teaching Justice Through Geography: Remote learning resources for Oregon teachers!Get Geo-Civics resources HERE
We are happy to craft a workshop or training session for your school or district. If you can help us gather eight or more interested educators, we'll bring our expertise and curriculum right to your door.Get in Touch
Would you prefer a one-on-one session? We're happy to provide assistance or mentoring in lesson plan or curriculum creation, classroom strategies, or other areas of civics education for K-12 classrooms.Let Us Know