April 23, 2021

TPS Spotlight: 2020 NCSS Virtual Conference Poster Sessions

Numerous TPS Consortium members have contributed posters (see listing below) to the 2020 NCSS Virtual Conference, took place online from December 4-6. Attendees can view conference presentations on demand until April 30, 2021. You may also contact the organizations directly to learn more. Book Backdrops: Connecting Primary Sources and Literature National Council of Teachers of English Participants will create a working definition of primary sources, learn to analyze primary sources, and … [Read more...]

Citizen U News: Issue 6

SUBSCRIBE     |    News Archive We've come to the end of another school year, and will be on hiatus over the summer preparing to hit the ground running, and harder, for 2019-20, after ending the 2018-19 on a very high note, with the eleventh annual Our American Voice Summit, this year in two locations, and the ground-breaking passage of a new civics education requirement for all middle schools in Illinois, which OAV students … [Read more...]

Citizen U News: Issue 5

SUBSCRIBE     |    News Archive Welcome to the official newsletter of Citizen U and Our American Voice, supporting all civics initiatives empowering educators and education supporters to integrate civics into every classroom, civic action into every community, and primary source civic literacy throughout. All while keeping you up to date on the latest civics news and opportunities, like the upcoming pilot test of a new TPS civics … [Read more...]

Primary Source Learning: Civil Rights

Citizen U multidisciplinary civics lessons Civil Rights and Civic Action Dolores Huerta Building Coalitions to Affect Change Collaborating to Affect Change Inspiring Civic Responsibility Selma & Voting Rights: Standing Up for Equality Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood Up by Sitting Down Voice of Freedom: Fannie Lou Hamer More lessons  Baseball, Race Relations and Jackie Robinson Baseball, Race and Ethnicity: Rounding the Bases I Have a Dream Image … [Read more...]