Constitution Day 2020 Contest
A pandemic, the suffering and loss of life that it has produced, the ensuing economic hardship, and nationwide protests for racial justice, all taking place in the context of a presidential election year. These last few months have challenged all of us in ways we probably never imagined.
We hope to continue the conversation started on Constitution Day by hearing from you and your students about what the theme “United We Stand?” means to you. In 3-minutes or less, share with us any lessons, activities, or projects which show how you are building community and creating a positive classroom culture during this tumultuous time of online learning and political polarization. You may submit by tagging us in a public video posted to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, using the hashtag #unitedwestandcontest.
The deadline for entries is 12:00 a.m. ET on November 30, 2020. We will announce the winners on or before Bill of Rights Day, December 15, 2020.
The winning teachers will receive:
First Place: $250 Amazon Gift Card and a Bill of Rights Institute Curriculum Kit (BRICK) containing stickers, posters, pens, pocket constitutions, and other swag for you and your students.
Four Runner Up Prizes: $100 Amazon Gift Card and a BRICK for you and your students.