FAMILY ACTIVITIES: REMOTE LEARNING TOOLKIT
This remote learning toolkit for families includes weekly planners with grab-and-go ideas for fun and easy civic learning. The site links families to our educational games, materials for young learners (ages 7-10), and the Parents Corner with on-demand webinars and tips for using iCivics. Your child can play their way through a series of games each week, claim badges, share their successes, and learn important civics lessons on the journey to becoming a Civic Boss.
Police in Schools: A Background Paper
Police in Schools: A Background Paper lesson plan template and teaching resources. This paper was developed by the American Federation of Teachers and the Education Civil Rights Alliance to be used as a background tool on the issue of police in schools.
Step by step overview of Zigazoo app
Step by step overview of Zigazoo app lesson plan template and teaching resources. This is a step by step overview of what you would see within the Zigazoo mobile application.
Who's Taking Your Money When You Order Food From Delivery Apps?
Use this lesson plan to explore what the gig economy is, with a specific focus on labor and delivery apps. Who actually benefits from your money?
Summer Learning with Movies
😰Too hot outside? 😷Pandemic blues have your Prek-12 students or children down? Don't worry, we are here to help! 😍 🍿 Using movies 🎥 to teach can provide valuable learning experiences to keep kids engaged. 🎬Don't miss this curated collection of summer movies with resources to help avoid the dreaded "summer slide."
CROSS-CURRICULAR BASEBALL LESSON PLANS AND ACTIVITIES
Teach about America's favorite pastime and pique the interest of your students with this #k12 curated collection of lesson plans discussing history and the early days of baseball.
How Building Robots Builds Confidence in Girls
How Building Robots Builds Confidence in Girls lesson plan template and teaching resources. Theresa Richards is a mentor for Girls of Steel Robotics and is Program Coordinator for FIRST Robotics Competition at Carnegie Mellon University.
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SUMMER READING LESSONS AND ACTIVITIES
🏖️ Avoid the summer slide! Keep your #K12 students reading all summer long 🌞 with this free, best-of summer reading collection 📚 curated by educators.
Exploring Inequality in Education Funding: Pennsylvania
Use this news lesson to examine what leads to inequality in education funding in the state of Pennsylvania and brainstorm solutions with your classroom.
ARTEMIS FOWL LESSON PLAN
3 to 6 grades kids will join Artemis on a mission and use their vocabulary, decoding, and creative writing skills to solve puzzles on their own
How COVID Affected End-Of-Year High School Experiences
How has the coronavirus pandemic altered the end-of-year high school experience? Explore this lesson with your students and discuss how high school might be different this fall.
Could Working from Home Become The New Norm?
Use this free lesson guide with your classroom and explore the possible implications work from home has for employees, companies and the economy.