Get Involved as Faculty!
There are many ways for faculty and staff to participate in the American Democracy Project:
Incorporate learning and engagement, principles, and concepts in your courses.
Borrow resources from ADP MTSU to incorporate in your classes. Click to view helpful resources.
- Teaching with Primary Sources at MTSU
- What So Proudly We Hail: Making American Citizens Through Literature
- The Library of Congress Government, Politics, and Law Collection
- The National Archives Teacher Resources
- National Constitution Center Educational Resources
- Educating for Democracy in the Digital Age: Resources for Teachers
- Bill of Rights Institute: Resources for Teachers
- Center for Civic Education: Lesson Plans
Announce ADP activities to your classes.
Events such as Constitution Day and the annual TISL Day at the State Legislature are designed to engage students and encourage real-life participation in basic elements of civic duty.
Register students to vote.
Encourage their active, informed participation on campus and in the community.
Contact the ADP office if you would like voter registration forms for your class.
Volunteer to serve on the ADP advisory board. Contact us for more information.
Offer a class in Yellowstone National Park, using the Stewardship of Public Lands program.
Watch Dr. Evins discuss ADP with the American Association of University Women. Video courtesy of the MTSU Center for Educational Media. Read about Dr. Mary Evins' involvement with the American Democracy Project in her own words here.