This morning Melissa wrote a blog post about Let's help students make connections with elections! This reminded me of some more election resources, but through Edmodo. When you are in Edmodo, there are several election communities that you can follow. (Remember you can follow any of these publisher communities in Edmodo by click on the Browse button next to the word Community). In these communities, you can connect with other teachers teaching about the election or find resources on the election. Here are a couple of communities that you might be interested in.
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Bill of Rights Institute: There is a video on the history of voting, and teaching with current events. You can sign up for lessons to be mailed to you on current events, voting, free press, the constitution, etc.
Election Insights: Activities for the debates, election, etc. Click on the button Collections for more resources.
iCivics: Constitution resources, branches of government resources, etc. Click on the button Collections for more resources and games.
Edmodo has some ideas for teaching the election: 3 Ways to Engage Students through Edmodo.
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