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Joshua Ferdinand
Joshua Ferdinand
For optimum results try adding some examples of your work with your post.
If you have created resources for online teaching in the last year, please feel free to share them here with your colleagues. We know it has been a challenging time for many of you and we are working on some new online resources.
For teachers of high school government/civics classes: why aren't current events a bigger focus? Is it too risky, a lack of resources, or something else? I ask because my team and I want to build something that helps teachers prepare students for the hyper-polarized, narrative-driven world that awaits them.

Here's our current (non-education) work: https://www.civilmedia.io/
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I’m no longer teaching day to day however I would imagine why these wouldn’t be covered is due to the nature of the content. Anything controversial or political needs to be covered in such a way it doesn‘t create a cultural issue for the school.
I think the best way in which to teach students is with hands on activities and lessons. The featured lessons all do a great job of giving students the opportunity for hands on learning. For example the difference between facts and opinions worksheet. This worksheets allows for students to put their knowledge to paper and show the differences and similarities they know that facts and opinions.