Sortify and Assessment

The Sortify Game: A New Experiment in Playful Assessment

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Sortify is a brand new offering from BrainPOP's GameUp that's designed to be used as a playful assessment. It’s an open-ended tool that is flexible enough to work for all grade levels (K-12) and ma...
Social Studies Game: Cheyenne Odyssey

Mission 3: Cheyenne Odyssey Social Studies Game

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Visit the lesson ideas page to find resources for Mission 3: Cheyenne Odyssey, a free online history and social studies game....
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Do I Have a Right? Teacher Support and Assessment Ideas

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Check out this brief screencast to learn about assessment ideas and teaching and learning resources available for the Do I Have a Right? game....
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Do I Have a Right? Overview Game Trailer

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Watch this brief overview game trailer to learn more about the game Do I Have a Right? by iCivics....
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Do I Have a Right? Social Studies Game: Tips and Tricks

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Here are some tips to help you use the iCivics social studies game Do I Have Right? with your students: Have students use their real names if you plan to collect their game results. Make sure st...

Mission 3: Cheyenne Odyssey Ideas for Building Background Knowledge

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Prior to implementing the Cheyenne Odyssey Lesson Plan and Game, it is important to build students' background knowledge about the Cheyenne and Plains Indians. We recommend familiarizing yourself w...

Mission US: A Cheyenne Odyssey – Social Studies Lesson Plan

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In this social studies lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 5-9, students will use BrainPOP resources (including a Cheyenne Odyssey online game) to explore how the lives of the Cheyenne American...

Government Functions Lesson Plan: Checks and Balances Game

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In this checks and balances lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-8, student explore the functions of each branch of the U.S. government. Students use an online interactive game to review how t...
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Essential Questions: LawCraft Social Studies Game

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What fundamental beliefs about rights and responsibilities are evident in the laws our country has passed? How do citizens (individually and collectively) influence laws and government? ...

Fed Chairman Tips and Tricks

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Top Tips for the Fed Chairman Game: Inflation can be lowered when the federal funds are set higher, but this will also temporarily increase unemployment. Unemployment rates can be lowere...