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24-Jan-2013

Role play games -- such as mock trials, debates, and model legislatures -- are well-established ways to introduce students to important civic processes, to encourage critical thinking, and to target Common Core...

11-Dec-2012

With the launch of its 17th online game, We The Jury, iCivics is bringing fun to jury duty.

Serving on a jury is one of the fundamental...

05-Jun-2012

“Because of iCivics, I’ve now got 500 children who are interested in their future in this country, who are interested in learning.” These are the words of an educator in Texas. This past year, iCivics formed the...

30-Nov-2011

As we here at iCivics know, video gaming is about a lot more than just pressing buttons while sitting in front of the screen.  Games can and are powerful teaching tools.  According to "...

14-Nov-2011

Now you can run for president … in your classroom or at home! iCivics has just launched our newest game: Win the...

06-Jul-2011

Globaloria, the social learning network teaching students to make educational webgames, has been hosting the nation’s first and largest game-design...

14-Apr-2011

For students at Fulmore Middle School in South Austin, it is a 21stcentury take on a 200-year-old document. It is called iCivics, a computer program designed to break educational barriers, created by the...

13-Apr-2011

On Tuesday, an eclectic collection of educators, video game designers and marketers, politicians, nonprofit staffers and a former Supreme Court Justice gathered on the AMD campus to talk about the so-called “...

23-Mar-2011

Sandra Day O'Connor and Arne Duncan to Keynote Conference

19-Jan-2011

The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), has added more recommended websites to Great Web Sites for Kids