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 […]

Teaching Students About The Iowa Caucus - 8 Animated Explainer Videos

Source: Mic After months of polls, predictions, and prognostications, the citizens of Iowa will finally render the first actual votes of the 2016 presidential campaign. […]

Talk About Peace For Just One Day, Or More!

Source: Postcards For Peace This Monday, September 21, marks the thirty-third anniversary of the United Nations International Day of Peace that invites all nations and […]

The Real Republican Debate - Students Rate The Candidates' Logos To Learn Visual Civics

Source: Official Campaign Websites The first official debate of the 2016 presidential primary season kicks off today. The Fox News Channel has invited 10 of […]

The Blue Heart Campaign To End Human Trafficking

Source: UN While we know many schools are not in session, we felt it important to write about the United Nations’ Blue Heart Campaign on […]

Designing “Anti-Logos” - Using Visual Satire To Rekindle Civics Education

Source: Bored Panda We admit that we're fanatical about the power of logos to expand student learning. A logo packs a world of meaning into […]

Visual Civics: Designing A Candidacy - Hillary Clinton

Source: Hillary For America More ink has been spilt over Hillary Clinton’s campaign logo than on all of the other candidates' emblems combined. Much of […]

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