Academics from the higher Orlando, Florida space gathered to rejoice Structure Week on the Osceola Historical past Museum for a seminar on the American Founding. This seminar mentioned the ideas of the American Founding and the paperwork that embody these ideas, particularly the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Structure, and the Federalist Papers. Individuals additionally frolicked discussing Alexis de Tocqueville’s go to to America and his view of American Exceptionalism, Patriotism, and Democracy.
Instructing the Federalist Papers to highschool college students may be daunting, but Dr. Eric Sands had a novel manner of presenting the tough ideas of Federalist #10, #47, and #51 in such a fashion that educators stated they felt “extra comfortable in conveying the fabric to my college students”. When the seminar concluded, attendees got the chance to benefit from the Osceola Historical past Museum.
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