iCivics Blog and News

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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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How to Structure a Virtual Classroom

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.

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Product Announcement

Branches of Power: Updated for 2020

MARCH 23, 2020

Play iCivics' newly updated Branches of Power and add it to your remote learning toolbox.

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Blog Post

A Love Letter to Educators and Parents During School Closures

MARCH 17, 2020

iCivics' Director of Social Engagement, Amber Coleman-Mortley, shares advice for those undertaking remote teaching and homeschooling.

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Product Announcement

Accessing iCivics Games: Preloaded on Devices Without Internet Access

MARCH 17, 2020

A complete list of iCivics games that can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store or Google Play.

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Blog Post

5 Tips to Prepare for a Remote Classroom Due to Coronavirus

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.

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