Do your students ask why laws treat kids differently than adults? If you want to know more about the juvenile justice system and search and seizure law, come on February 25. Guest speakers from the justice system will provide the nuts and bolts, then experienced Classroom Law Project staff will connect content with classroom-ready teaching strategies.
Open to currently employed Oregon classroom teacher in grades 5-12.
Workshop will be held at Lane Community College (4000 E 30th Ave, Eugene), building 4, classroom 105.
Space is limited, register now! ($25 non-refundable reservation fee required)
Students should know their rights and responsibilities. These workshops provide a great way to help them learn. Other related upcoming workshops are:
- Saturday, January 28, 9:00am – 3:00pm Project Citizen (Portland, Lewis & Clark Law School)
- Saturday, January 28, 9:00am – 3:00pm Free Speech (Medford, RCC/SOU Higher Education Center)
- Saturday, February 25, 9:00am – 3:00pm Project Citizen (Medford, RCC/SOU Higher Education Center)
All workshops include:
- $100 stipend
- Coffee and pastries; lunch
- All materials; classroom-ready lessons
- Follow-up support
Is the location inconvenient? We can help! If traveling more than 150 miles round/trip:
- Hotel reimbursement for one or two nights up to $140/night
- Travel stipend $50 for 150-299 miles round trip; $100 if 300 or more miles
- Sub reimbursement may be available