Note: the following are external links.
Wisconsin State Law Library
The Wisconsin State Law Library offers numerous resources and reference materials, including Introduction to Law, an online educational video presentation with helpful links and explanations on the development of law in Wisconsin.
The State Bar of Wisconsin
The State Bar of Wisconsin offers law-related education resources for parents, teachers, and teens, including a variety of publications that are free to teachers. The State Bar cosponsors Court with Class and the Judicial Teaching Institute, among a variety of other programs.
WisconsinEye Public Affairs Network, Inc.
WisconsinEye's web archive includes recordings of nearly all of the oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court, starting with the 2007-08 term. Most public hearings and open administrative conferences also are streamed live on WisconsinEye.
Annenberg Classroom–Understanding the Courts
The Annenberg Classroom provides videos, interactive presentations and lesson plans to help explain the role of the courts in relation to other branches of government.
Center for Civics Education
The Center for Civics Education offers free, downloadable lessons for grades K-12 relating to Constitution Day and Citizenship Day and other topics.
The National Archives provides teacher resources, including a Constitution Day Workshop with materials, resources and instructions for teachers, as well as activities for observing Constitution Day each year on September 17.
United States Courts–Educational Resources
The federal court system provides a variety of resources to help students understand the role of the judiciary and the constitution based on recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions and issues important to teens. Distance learning resources explore topics such as the Rule of Law, Separation of Powers, Judicial Independence and Legal Skills as Life Skills. Available materials include video presentations, classroom lesson plans and activities that promote civil discourse.