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Sunday, March 19 • 4:05pm - 4:55pm
Game-Based Civic Education

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Elections are over. Now what? Engage your students and provide support for deeper learning about elections, the roles of elected officials, and Constitutional Rights. With the help of iCivics Director of Content, Carrie Ray-Hill and iCivics Educator Network members David Olson and Joe Schmidt, teachers will leave this session with interactive lesson plans, games, and action civics projects sure to thrill late elementary through advanced high school students. Teachers should bring their own devices (laptops or tablets preferred) in order to explore and play.

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David Olson

Social Studies Department Chair, James Madison Memorial High School
I am a Studies Studies teacher and Department Chair at James Madison Memorial High School in Madison, WI. I teach Modern U.S. History, Criminal Justice and AP U.S. Government and Politics. In addition to teaching, I coach girls tennis and Forensics at Memorial.



Sunday March 19, 2017 4:05pm - 4:55pm
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