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How to teach system of checks and balances

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Recent business conducted in President Donald Trump's administration has sparked discussion about the three branches of the US government, and the constitutional system of checks and balances. This New York Times lesson plan offers guidance on how to find examples of checks and balances in current events. The New York Times (free-article access for SmartBrief readers) (02/16)


Media literacy lessons address fake news

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

DeVos discusses what's next for Education Dept.

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Ideas for teaching students about Presidents Day

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 20, 2017

N.Y. students paint Erie Canal's history

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 22, 2017

How lesson imaging supports 21st-century skills

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 20, 2017

Build students' savvy about advertisements

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 22, 2017

Study: Teacher collaboration affects achievement

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 22, 2017

How do children learn social bias?

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 22, 2017

Schools focus on teaching civil discourse

NCSS SmartBrief | Feb 20, 2017


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