Introduce your classroom to civic engagement and challenge your students to solve familiar problems in a fictional community with our new game, Neighborhood Good.
Turn your classroom into the Supreme Court and bring civics to life through media-rich, whole-class, collaborative experiences. Your students will take on the role of Petitioner, Respondent, or Justice, review landmark decisions, and decide fictional cases.
As the nation mourns the passing of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, we remember her not only for her seminal work with the Court, but also as the founder of a movement to revitalize civic education.
Well Versed is a new animated music video series from Nickelodeon and ATTN: that explores civic topics for elementary students and preschoolers with viewing guides from iCivics.
Unlock the power of inquiry-based learning with our three new DBQuests! Each DBQuest asks students a big question which acts as a guiding light for in-depth analysis of three multimedia primary resources.
In this new Private i History Detectives unit, Elementary students analyze primary sources to discover how Constitutional Amendments attempted to address slavery’s wrongs, how the courts challenged unfair laws, and how individuals and groups fought for civil rights.
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