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The Harlan Institute’s Inaugural SCOTUS-Skype-Teach-A-Thon

On Thursday November 11, 2010, the Harlan Institute will be virtually visiting classrooms across the country in the inaugural SCOTUS-Skype-Teach-A-Thon. As a complement to FantasySCOTUS.org, the Harlan Institute has trained a group of Mentors to deliver virtual lectures to classrooms using Skype video chats.
Our mentors consist of attorneys, law professors, and law students who are all committed to raising awareness of the Constitution and the Supreme Court. During the inaugural SCOTUS-Skype-Teach-A-Thon, mentors will engage your class and discuss the most fascinating cases before the Supreme Court this term, includingSnyder v. PhelpsSchwarzenegger v. EMANASA v. NelsonConnick v. Thompson, and Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting.
These lectures are 100% free. We are certain your students will enjoy them, and learn a lot. All your class needs is a web camera and a Skype account in the classroom. Please take a look at some of our testimonials, or watch the video below.
If you are interested is interested in participating, please sign up your class at FantasySCOTUS.org and request a mentor for your class. Please specify what time of day your class will meet on November 11, 2010, which case you would like to cover, and what grade your students are in. If you are not available on 11/11, please let us know other times that may work for you. We have a limited number of mentors available, so please sign up soon. Additionally, before the class, please share the Harlan Institute Lesson Plans with your students.