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  • 1. Classroom Resources Overview  For more information and to join the email list visit www.GenerationNation.org/learn      GenerationNation educates and engages K‐12 students to lead in their schools, communities  and nation. Smart, fun, engaging programs tied to Common Core and other educational goals  connect classroom activities with hands‐on experiences to build civic literacy and leadership  from an early age.    Classroom resources  Tied to Common Core and NC Essential Standards for Social Studies  Interdisciplinary,  integrating  the  study  of  government,  citizenship  and  leadership  into  different contexts  Useful  tools  that  connect  real‐life  experiences  and  current  events  with  the  classroom  education to increase student interest and comprehension  Easy to use, flexible and adaptable, plug into existing lesson plans, fit time requirements  and curriculum goals  Organized in one place – you don’t have to search the web for content  Relevant, usable and regularly updated throughout the year  Non‐partisan, and non‐political    Includes  Resources and tools at  www.GenerationNation.org: Learning Center/Classroom Resource  Library, civic education resource links, government info, videos, games, etc.  Curriculum  from  civic  education  partners:  GenerationNation,  Kids  Voting  USA,  Civic  Education  Consortium,  CSPAN,  iCivics,  Newspaper  in  Education,  National  Action  Civics  Collaborative, and others.  Local  and  state  government  resources,  editable  presentations,  easy‐to‐understand  information  and  hands‐on  learning  opportunities  connecting  students  with  government,  leaders, policies, elections, issues and decisions  Educational guides for civic learning experiences including Constitution Day, Election Day,  MLK Day, President’s Day, State of the Union, Black History Month, local government issues,  Elections and Voting, Debates, civic leadership and more.  www.GenerationNation.org GenerationNation @GenNation Digital content, current events and learning opportunities to help your students to connect  local, state, national and global issues, personal experiences and historical events, explore  student voice, and build knowledge and skills.