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U.S. Government

 

This is a captivating course that introduces students to the institutions and processes of American government and politics, relating essential facts while provoking critical thought. The eighteen-lesson course incorporates short, issue-oriented video documentaries and virtual roundtables with panels of national experts that confront students with competing political ideas and values. Lesson elements are focused on helping students understand how participation in the political process affects their lives. Through interactive activities and focused text essays, students are guided through the concepts and evolution.

 

Throughout our seamlessly designed courses, faculty can manipulate and add supplemental material for even more enriching content at point of use – giving a truly personalized experience for faculty and student. All courses are designed for any device, offering mobility with HTML5 which can easily be integrated into your Learning Management System with a single sign-on. The course is explicitly designed for all types of today's learners. Our faculty resource guides contain support materials that preserve instructor guidance in all elements of the course.

 

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Features

  • Videos incorporating your prominent voices of educational leaders
  • Virtual roundtables for varying topic perspectives
  • Interactive learning activities
  • Progress checks for students
  • Ebook student learning enhancements available on iBooks

 

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