K-12 teachers can turn to interactive, standards-aligned programs to support remote learning
Annenberg Classroom is an educational website featuring high-quality, well-vetted, and well-organized teaching materials for the Constitution and related topics.
If you’re not having classroom conversations about both current events and political issues focused on impeachment, you’re probably doing it wrong.
"This curriculum must prepare students to ask complex questions, read and write with a critical lens, and know how and when to take action,” said Lexi Samorano, Highline Public Schools’ Secondary Social Studies Specialist.
Geoguessr is an addictive puzzler (with version on the web as well as Android and iOS apps) that task students with guessing the location of Google Street View images from around the world.
Students can choose from five modules -- States, Science, American History, Biography, and Social Studies, each one with a number of subtopics to explore.
Is it possible to take the best parts of Madeline’s model and adapt it to a world that needs our students to be engaged, informed, and knowledgable citizens?
Select a side and read articles that present the other side of the argument to help students determine their final answer
In 2014 Finland began noticing intentional misinformation campaigns focused around issues like immigration, the European Union, or whether Finland should become a full member of NATO.
To help energize your first awesome week with kids, here are six great ways to kick off the school year.
Digital Civics Toolkit is a free, teacher-facing website with lesson plans for exploring and fostering modern civic engagement and participation.
Each of the SDGs includes explanatory videos, facts and figures, targets, and ideas of how people can help.
Tour Creator is a website by Google that allows teachers and students to create tours for VR (virtual reality) or in a web browser.
“As educators, we want their voices to not only be heard but to be steeped in factual information – not memes and misinformation," said Robert Romano, CEO of StudySync.
Your students pick a character from 1787 and spend their time trying to get the Constitution ratified by the different states.