iCivics Blog and News

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Blog Post

Using iCivics in My Homeschool

MAY 07, 2020

Tisha Bennett Sanders describes how she uses iCivics games at home with her son. 

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News Story

iCivics and Annenberg Public Policy Center Release Updated Online Civics Games

MAY 06, 2020

Great for at-home and remote learning: The updated and redesigned Branches of Power helps students understand the balance of power among the president, Congress, and the courts, while Court Quest teaches players how the nation’s court system works.

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Blog Post

Answers to Your Remote Learning Questions

MAY 04, 2020

A few tips from our Support Team to help make the switch to using iCivics remotely a little easier.

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Blog Post

#ShelterInPlay: Teaching in a Crisis with iCivics

APRIL 24, 2020

iCivics Educator Network member, Scott Marsden (CA), shares tips for navigating distance learning with iCivics.

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Blog Post

6 Ways to Play iCivics Games With Your Family

APRIL 22, 2020

At-home learning activities that can be done at home to help kids make connections and see their place in civil society.

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Blog Post

A More Perfect Union: When Civics Games Connect with ELA Writing Activities

APRIL 21, 2020

A recap of iCivics' free webinar in Share My Lesson’s 2020 Virtual Conference.

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Blog Post

Free Educational Games for Kids

APRIL 20, 2020

Explore these free online games for kids to play at home.

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Blog Post

An Educator's Reflection on Teaching Remotely

APRIL 20, 2020

iCivics Educator Network member, Elizabeth Schley-Evans (AZ), shares tips for balancing teaching remotely and self-care.

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Product Announcement

Court Quest: Updated for 2020

APRIL 06, 2020

Play iCivics' newly updated Court Quest and share it with students to add some motivation to remote learning.

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Product Announcement

Updated Lesson Plans: Separate Student & Teacher PDFs

MARCH 31, 2020

iCivics lesson plan formats adjusted to include both teacher-facing and student-facing versions.

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