Civic Ed, Democracy and Activism

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Share My Lesson is dedicated to ensuring that educators are prepared to teach students' about civic engagement. Check out these collections of resources for ideas and lessons on elections, the Constitution and Constitutional amendments, the three branches of the government and their powers, how to be activist, how to discuss controversial topics in the classroom, and so much more!

2020 census US map
30 Lessons and Resources, 4 Collections
US flag elections matter graphic
44 Lessons and Resources, 9 Collections
istock - justice
58 Lessons and Resources, 5 Collections
constitution day image
43 Lessons and Resources, 7 Collections
poster
24 Lessons and Resources, 3 Collections
group of social justice protestors
74 Lessons and Resources, 10 Collections
human rights
58 Lessons and Resources, 2 Collections
immigration faces of humanity inclusive communities
94 Lessons and Resources, 10 Collections
16 Lessons and Resources
brown v board document

By US Supreme Court. Calvin Ballantine (US National Archives and Records Administration) via Wikimedia Commons

33 Lessons and Resources, 5 Collections
labor union volunteer
40 Lessons and Resources, 8 Collections
pixabay
41 Lessons and Resources, 6 Collections
Lesson Plans on Congress and the Legislative Branch
25 Lessons and Resources, 8 Collections

Yoichi Okamoto [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

15 Lessons and Resources, 3 Collections
Lyndon Johnson signing Civil Rights Act, July 2, 1964

Cecil Stoughton, White House Press Office (WHPO) / Public domain

president white house
42 Lessons and Resources, 5 Collections