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Teacher uses online program to teach about civics

NCSS SmartBrief | May 24, 2017

Eighth-grade social studies students at an Indiana school recently learned about how government works with the help of a simulation-based program, the Civic Mirror project. The students become citizens of a fictitious country in which they operate a government and learn about separation of powers, national economics and other topics based on the US Constitution. Current in Westfield (Carmel, Ind.) (05/23)


Students immersed in state's indigenous history

NCSS SmartBrief | May 22, 2017

Looking for OER? Here's how to find them

NCSS SmartBrief | May 19, 2017

4th-graders lobby lawmakers on behalf of almonds

NCSS SmartBrief | May 19, 2017

Educator: Why teachers should consider elected office

NCSS SmartBrief | May 24, 2017

What schools can learn about customer service

NCSS SmartBrief | May 22, 2017

Schools to face deep cuts, budget documents show

NCSS SmartBrief | May 19, 2017

How teachers can make the most of summer

NCSS SmartBrief | May 24, 2017

How to use cellphones as learning tools

NCSS SmartBrief | May 22, 2017

Teacher: Teach students by getting to know them

NCSS SmartBrief | May 22, 2017


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NCSS awards and grants -- Deadlines extended

NCSS SmartBrief | May 24, 2017

C3 Teachers Inquiry Design Model Summer Institute

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Summer workshop -- Constructivist Media Decoding: Media Literacy and Critical Thinking in Social Studies

NCSS SmartBrief | May 22, 2017

Call for nominations: NCSS vice president and Board of Directors

NCSS SmartBrief | May 22, 2017

Upcoming state and regional social studies conferences

NCSS SmartBrief | May 15, 2017




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