FEBRUARY 04, 2021
Assessment results from our election games make a strong case for game-based learning.
FEBRUARY 01, 2021
With the arrival of Black History Month, iCivics has gathered resources to engage students during February and year-round.
JANUARY 15, 2021
To mark the beginning of a new presidency, use these resources to teach the first 100 days and the road beyond.
JANUARY 12, 2021
iCivics has rounded up resources for teachers to have meaningful classroom discussions surrounding the Capitol riot.
JANUARY 07, 2021
iCivics' Executive Director, Louise Dubé, shares a statement on the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol.
DECEMBER 03, 2020
iCivics Director of Social Engagement, Amber Coleman-Mortley, share strategies parents and educators can employ after the election and throughout the year to empower students to continue learning and engaging.
NOVEMBER 19, 2020
We know how absolutely exhausting this year has been for teachers, as both a human beings and professionals, and we want to say thank you.
NOVEMBER 18, 2020
The iCivics team is hosting engaging virtual sessions and panels on timely civics topics and new resources.
NOVEMBER 05, 2020
To help teachers keep control of student conversations on tough or timely topics in a virtual classroom, we are sharing highlights and tips from our recent webinar with Share My Lessons.
OCTOBER 22, 2020
Middle school teacher, Elizabeth Lucas (IA), shares tips and her experience in teaching the election.