When you are short on time, need a sub plan, or simply want a good assessment that is not a multiple choice test, consider using primary sources such as the State of the Union. They are usually chock full of great examples of political ideology, roles of the President, and powers of the President. I […]Read More Roles of the President, Political ideology, and the State of the Union
Educator self care looks different for everyone, but it’s also important for everyone. Here are some tips to unplug and reset.Read More The importance of unplugging for educators
If you are feeling super overwhelmed, are new to AP Gov, or just need some inspiration, start here!Read More New to AP Government? Start here!
Be too busy working on your own grass to notice if anyone else’s is greener. Catch up on weeks one and two! Making change is a personal and often difficult thing. It’s scary! However, in the spirit of my experiment, I’m doing it. One of the most significant changes I’m making this week is limiting […]Read More Making Changes
The way you approach the contentious topic matters. In this post, I discuss best practices and resources to help you!Read More Teaching Contentious Topics & Civil Discourse
Originally written: March 7, 2019 (while I was in the classroom. I’ve left the original wording to help teachers) Updated: March 15, 2022 Check out the podcast link To start, my class is a semester long. This semester, I have 17 less instructional hours than I did from last semester. I am grappling with field […]Read More The Content Dragon