Connect with iCivics in person at #NCSS2022 Dec. 2-4

November 23, 2022

Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, and iCivics: You can find all three in Philadelphia during the 102nd National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference! After two years of gathering virtually, we are excited to meet with, talk to, and hear from so many of you in person.

Visit with us in the exhibit hall at booth #240

Stop by our booth and say “hi”! We want to hear how you’ve incorporated iCivics resources in your classroom and share some swag!

Join one of our sessions

Hear from some of your favorite iCivics team members at our various sessions at the conference.

Multilingual Students Democracy Roadmap

Doing Civics for Civics: Social Studies Teachers on the Frontline Advancing Stronger Civic Education

Dec. 1 | 1 p.m. ET

Learn about the key role educators can play in advancing state and federal policies strengthening K–12 civic education and network and learn from one another.



Are Multilingual Students on Your Educating for American Democracy Roadmap?

Dec. 2 | 10 a.m. ET

How can your multilingual students and students from immigrant families contribute and see themselves represented?



Notes from the Field: Learnings from our iCivics EAD Curriculum Pilots

Dec. 2 | 11:25 a.m. ET

iCivics will share information about our teacher-created, Educating for American Democracy-inspired curriculum and pilot program.



Bold Words and Big Concepts Poster Session

Dec. 2 | 11:30 a.m. ET

Discover how our Legal Reference Sheets can enhance student understanding of laws and legal rights.



Teaching Civics Today: Best Practices for Classroom Innovation and Student Engagement

Dec. 3 | 9:10 a.m. ET

Explore innovative practices and new resources for fun, effective, and engaging civics even in today’s fraught climate.



A Revolution in Ideas: Young Learners Investigate the Ideas of the American Revolution

Dec. 3 | 11:10 a.m. ET

Investigate revolutionary sources for historical inquiry in elementary grades.



Convene the Council: A Foreign Policy Game

Dec. 3 | 2:45 p.m. ET

Join iCivics and the Council on Foreign Relations for a discussion about global civics and to see highlights of the new learning game Convene the Council.



Meet the Changemakers Poster Session

Dec. 3 | 4:55 p.m. ET

Learn how iCivics' new, short videos on civil rights activists can ignite student interest and facilitate inquiry.