Distance Learning Programs
Visit the National Archives without leaving your school or home! We offer free distance learning opportunities for students and educators.
K–12 Programs on the Bill of Rights
We're commemorating the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights with brand new distance learning programs! Our interactive programs feature primary sources from our holdings.
Programs align with national social studies standards and Common Core State Standards. Teacher guides include pre- and post-program lessons.
- Our Classroom Bill of Rights! for Lower Elementary
- Superhero Bill of Rights! for Upper Elementary
- The Bill of Rights in Real Life for Middle School
- Know Your Rights! for High School
Professional Development Webinars for Educators
Our one-hour webinars each address a single National Archives resource in depth.
- Native Voices from the Lewis and Clark Expedition
- How Many "Trails of Tears?": Native American Forced Removal
National History Day Webinars for Students, Teachers and Parents
Join us for NHD workshops to learn about:
- resources for projects and primary source research from the National Archives and our partner organizations,
- the theme and categories,
- using primary and secondary sources effectively, and
- teaching tools for NHD.
We also offer help and training in person at our DC, regional, and Presidential Library locations. Explore all of our resources on our National History Day pages, DocsTeach.org, and our Education Updates blog.