This spotlight on our Educator Network features Paul Solarz (IL) a fifth-grade teacher from Illinois. Interested in joining the Educator Network? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in serving on the iCivics Educator Network or want more information, visit www.icivics.org/our-network.
This spotlight on our Educator Network features Nathan McAlister, a history teacher from Kansas. Interested in joining the Educator Network? Contact us: email@example.com. If you are interested in serving on the iCivics Educator Network or want more information, visit www.icivics.org/our-network.
iCivics Chief Education Officer, Dr. Emma Humphries, shares how her trip to the BIG Festival in São Paulo, Brazil changed her perspective on the possibilities of virtual reality in the civics classroom.
The iCivics Educator Network is an energetic group of educational professionals who represent iCivics with outreach and training and, just as importantly, provide the organization with invaluable insights and guidance relating to the field, the profession, and the realities of the classroom.
Our educator network is comprised of a consortium of educators, teacher trainers, and curriculum developers across almost all 50 states. We like sharing the experiences of our Educator Network members as examples of how teachers take civic learning outside their classroom and into the broader world. Here is Rahbin Shyne's (CA) account of using Crisis of Nations with her students.