Reimagine Learning Creating Amazing Learning with Election Edge Andrew Gump, Ph.D. August 24, 2021 The past 18 months have shown us the importance of online educational support in our ever-changing world. It is not easy or intuitive to create an online platform that engages and educates at the same time. We have asked much of […]
Over $1.3 billion in Perkins funding from the federal government pours into secondary and post-secondary schools every year, totaling billions since 2006, and the effect has been minimal at best. A major factor: we need to solve the problem of helping people train for their future, not for a singular job. Instead of “education to earn a job” this needs to become “education for a life”. It needs to be available to all. And I believe in some forms it has begun but not been fully realized.
Enjoy this webinar about our free web application, Voices for Suffrage.
The electoral votes are in. But what happens next? Learn how to discuss these steps with your students and set them up to be active participants in Inauguration Day.
In this webinar you will learn about how to work with your students how to understand the Electoral College, its roll in our election process, and how the electorates are selected.
Do you know the roles and responsibilities of the President and President-elect?
Are you students asking questions about the election? Are you? Finding proven and trusted resources without the … noise, is difficult.
In this webinar, we will share a Classroom Town Hall activity that can be readily used whether you are back in the classroom or teaching remote. Play the role of politician while your students ask questions that are important to them, just like in a real town hall.
This webinar will provide you a lesson which will help you teach the basics of campaign finance.
This workshop discusses lessons to help your students analyze past, present and future Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates, including how to Host a Virtual Debate Watch Party!
Are your students able to evaluate social media objectively? What criteria do they use to determine legitimate sources vs. opinion?
Get ready to rev up the energy in your Civics class with Presidential Jeopardy! Game shows are engaging and fun! Students love to be part of game show style learning. Maybe it is because they don’t even realize they are learning!
Watch this webinar where your students will learn how to time travel through history and conduct debates pairing pair past presidents with today’s candidates and topics.
Enjoy this webinar where we discuss free lessons and activities which will help your students explore the Suffrage Movement.
Watch this webinar where we discuss 15+ social studies lessons covering Election History, Campaign Role-Play Assignments, Election Simulations, Civic Participation, Civil Discourse, and so much more!
How much of what your students see, hear or read on television, social media, newspaper or other sources is fact vs. fiction?
270 is the magic number of electoral votes to elect a President, but do your students know what they really mean?
Walk away with activities and discussion prompts to help your students evaluate historical political advertisements.
Reimagine Learning Voices for Suffrage Guided Tours Guided Tours are 20-minute guided lessons including videos and interactive activities to teach a specific piece of the movement. We are thrilled to announce that we have recently released our Diversity Guided Tour; the third tour that is available on our Library of Congress Voices for Suffrage app. […]
Learn how to facilitate a role play in your classroom where your students play the part of campaign manager to the 2020 Presidential Candidates.
Walk away with activities and discussion prompts to help your students understand the importance of polls.
Reimagine Learning Tallis Polashenski: Talking About Diversity and Primary Sources Tallis Polashenski, Writer || Gamer || Avid D&D Player If you haven’t seen our app on women’s suffrage, Voices for Suffrage, you should check it out. It’s powerful to see the decades of work that went into women achieving the vote; a right that many […]