Government Education Articles for Teachers
Oftentimes students struggle to enjoy learning history because it seems so distant from their everyday lives. But, if you incorporate current events into your curriculum, history becomes more relevant to your learners. Another benefit to discussing events in the news is the imparting of necessary...
So you have decided you want to facilitate a debate in your classroom? Great! Students typically have one of two general responses when tasked with this type of assignment. You have one group of kids rejoicing that “Yes, we get to argue in class; how easy!” and another group silently groaning to...
When Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address, he made a point of highlighting the awe-inspiring nature of a government, “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” However, there are still some people who take democracy for granted. In order to help your scholars appreciate the right...
With a simple mission of promoting world peace and eliminating violence, the United Nations has been largely recognized for its abundance of generosity geared towards helping those who can’t help themselves. In the midst of war, poverty, and famine, members of the UN faithfully hold on to the dre...
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