MARCH 23, 2020
iCivics Educator Network member, Jenifer Hitchcock (VA), shares her advice on how teachers can structure a virtual classroom and adapt to distance learning.
Play iCivics' newly updated Branches of Power and add it to your remote learning toolbox.
MARCH 17, 2020
iCivics' Director of Social Engagement, Amber Coleman-Mortley, shares advice for those undertaking remote teaching and homeschooling.
A complete list of iCivics games that can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store or Google Play.
MARCH 11, 2020
To help teachers support students during a school closure due to COVID-19, iCivics has put together remote classroom tips and game suggestions.
MARCH 05, 2020
New iCivics lesson and printable infographic to teach what the census is, and why getting counted matters.
MARCH 03, 2020
Teach about the presidential election process with iCivics games, print-and-go lesson plans, and new timely infographics.
FEBRUARY 26, 2020
#CivicsForUs, a social media effort led by the iCivics Youth As Civic Experts Network, will ask students across the country how civic education can be more relatable and equitable for all.
FEBRUARY 25, 2020
A new infographic, WebQuest, and DBQuest are available to teach about women’s suffrage and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment.
FEBRUARY 24, 2020
Social studies teacher, Deirdre O’Connor, describes how engaged her 8th grade students in a mock trial with iCivics curriculum.