Learning Resources for Memorial Day 2021

This year Memorial Day falls on Monday, May 31 — that’s next Monday! And while many people have a day off, educators may want to […]

Simulation Activities That Shape Healthy Adults | Podcast Ep. 85

Dr. Susan Rivers, Executive Director and Chief Scientist of iThrive Games Foundation, talks to the club about the power of simulation activities to help build […]

STEM Learning about Electricity, Water, and Public Infrastructure

In TCEA’s home state of Texas, a massive winter storm affected each the the state’s 254 counties last week. While rolling blackouts were expected, days-long, […]

Virtual Field Trips for Presidents Day

The holiday commonly known as Presidents Day honors the birth of U.S. presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Throughout the United States, it’s commemorated on […]

Black History Month Resources

Each February, schools, civic institutions, theaters, museums, and more dedicate themselves to telling the stories of African Americans in the U.S. Known formally as African […]

Election Day Resources for 2020

Major civic events, like an election, can be useful ways to integrate not just lessons on citizenship, but also a broad array of social studies, […]

Understanding This Moment through Civic Education

Educators of every kind work to equip their students with the knowledge and thinking skills they need to be happy, healthy, and to make positive […]

Celebrate Constitution Day with Free Digital Resources

America’s founding legal document, the Constitution, is a central element of American law and civics. It has been studied, debated, and celebrated since before its […]

This Political Moment: Resources for Educators in the Trump Era

Educators have long been responsible for supporting the growth and development of all young people. The job of designing engaging lessons, promoting respectful discussion, creating […]

Fighting for Critical Civic Education in Dangerous Times

The actions that Donald Trump has taken during the first weeks of his presidency have struck many Americans as shockingly antithetical to the values upon […]

Verified and Fake: Identity, Fear and SLAM School

The Paradox of Verification A mundane media literacy concept specific to Twitter is the fact that the blue checkmark on individuals’ profiles means that they […]

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