Learn.civiced.org Offers Free Resources for Educators

Oct 18, 2018 / E-news

A new platform is now available for educators and lifelong learners to learn about American constitutional government at learn.civiced.org! Watch scholars in the open course, participate in discussion forms, and explore a variety of learning resources for free.
The We the People Open Course is one resource that offers academic content ranging from the philosophical foundations of the U.S. Constitution through modern interpretation of its ideals. Noted scholars offer insights on history and its application in contemporary times. Other tools, such as free ebooks, lesson plans, and curated primary sources make it easy to teach civics and government, and even easier to learn.
All these resources are free when creating an account. Users can log-in with their email, or by using a Microsoft, Google, or Facebook account.
Keep an eye out for instructor-led courses that are coming soon to the site, bringing esteemed scholars into your classroom to offer new perspectives.

A new platform is now available for educators and lifelong learners to learn about American constitutional government at learn.civiced.org! Watch scholars in the open course, participate in discussion forums, and explore a variety of learning resources for free.

The We the People Open Course offers videos and questions that explore the fundamentals of American representative government, ranging from the philosophical foundations of the U.S. Constitution to the modern interpretation of its ideals. Noted scholars offer insights on history and its application to contemporary times. Other tools, such as free ebooks, lesson plans, and curated primary sources make it easy to teach civics and government, and even easier to learn.

The resources on this platform are free and easily available for classroom use.

The resources on this platform are free and easily available for classroom use.

All these resources are free when creating an account. Users can log in with their Microsoft, Google, or Facebook account.

Keep an eye out for instructor-led courses that are coming soon to the site, bringing esteemed scholars into your classroom to offer new perspectives.

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