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We the People Scoring Rubric

A series of informative webinars designed to dive deep into the new We the People Scoring Rubric. While each session offers a unique perspective, these sessions are open to everyone and promise valuable insights!
Let's learn, collaborate, and enhance our understanding of the We the People Scoring Rubric together. See you there!

Rubric Introduction

This webinar for We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution teachers explains the new We the People scoring rubric.
Date Recorded: September 27, 2023
Teachers, this session is designed for you! Learn about how to use the new We the People Rubric in your classroom and how to prepare your students for simulated congressional hearings and regional, state, or national competitions effectively.
Date Recorded: October 3, 2023
This webinar is designed for State Coordinators. Learn more about the new rubric and how to use it effectively at both the classroom and competition levels.
Date Recorded: Tuesday, October 17, 2023
This webinar is designed for anyone who volunteers as a judge of We the People simulated congressional hearings, from the classroom to competitions at regional, state, or national levels. Learn how the new rubric helps you provide valuable feedback to students.
Date Recorded: November 2, 2023

Professional Development

The Center has offered high-quality educator professional development for decades. Today, we provide such opportunities through our partners in several states in addition to organized Center events, self-paced online courses, and special webinars.

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