Teens More Likely to Turn to YouTube for Current Events Than a News Organization, Survey Finds

Less than half - 41 percent - of teenagers get their news from a print or online newspaper at least three times a week. And […]

Social Justice With Young Learners: Using The Read Aloud To Promote Empathy

Source: ASIDE 2019 Tackling social justice with young learners is more important now than ever before; it is also a lot easier to bring into […]

4 ways twitter bots can help save the world

The Good, the Bad, and the Bot   What does it look like when twitter bots work towards improving our world? Bots have a rightly […]

Character Counts, Except When it Doesn't.

On March 14, 2018, hundreds of thousands of mostly high school students from across the country...

Exploring the Legal System with FLVS

When students first begin my Law Studies class, they often ask, “What is this class all about, anyway?” Although I often tease them for signing […]

What Is The Electoral College? - Explainer Videos & Animated Infographics For All Ages

Source: Janet Cordahi On Tuesday, Americans will elect their next president. While a record 200 million citizens are now registered to vote, a majority do […]

Gaming The 2016 Election - Animations & Maps To Decode The Electoral College

Source: PBS Learning Media As the national polls and the state-by-state predictions shake out in the final month of the 2016 campaign, the focus turns even […]

Gaming The 2016 Election - Trading Cards & Virtual Interactives To Meet The Candidates

Source: PBS Kids Educating younger learners about the 2016 presidential election poses a real challenge. The esoterica of the primary and caucus systems can be […]

Gaming The 2016 Election - Videos & Toolkits To Let Students Join The Debates

Source: PBS Learning Media In the modern era, presidential debates have become must-see theater. In many cases, these general election showdowns have produced critical moments […]

Teaching With Cartoons - A Visual History Of Donkeys, Elephants, Parties, & Politics

Source: Politico Our students are avid consumers of politics and history. They always ask, though, how the Democratic donkey and the Republican elephant became the […]

Visualizing The National Parks - Celebrating 100 Years Of America's Wonder

Source: National Geographic On August 25, 2016, the National Park Service (NPS) turns 100. After a century of shepherding America's splendor, the Park Service and its […]

Visualizing The 2016 Conventions - Interactive Tools To Learn About Parties & Politics

Source: 2016 DNCC, 2016 Republican National Convention The quadrennial political conventions of the Republican and Democratic parties offer a mix of serious-minded civics and high-octane […]

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