Resources for Educators


Media Make: #WhatsMyIssue Video (How-to Hangout)

presented by: BAVC

As part of a special series designed for the Letters to the Next President 2.0 project, this “Media Make” how-to hangout offered an invitation fo...

Do Now: What Does Feminism Mean to You in this Election?

presented by: KQED

Do Now is a weekly activity hosted by KQED for students to engage and respond to current issues using social media tools like Twitter. Do Now aims to ...

Media Constructions of Presidential Campaigns

presented by: The National Association for Media Literacy Education

This kit was developed by Project Look Sharp for high school through college-aged youth. The kit helps to teach about the role of media in 28 U.S. ele...

Voices of the Future

presented by: National Speech & Debate Association

Voices of the Future, a program developed by the National Speech & Debate Association, is designed to encourage student involvement in democratic ...

NPR’s Morning Edition Live from Youth Radio

presented by: Youth Radio

Host David Greene and the NPR crew partnered with Youth Radio’s local young reporters to co-produce and co-host stories covering Bay Area and natio...

Student Video Project: What Big Election Issues Matter Most to You?

presented by: KQED

KQED’s News Education project recently asked middle and high school students to consider some of the major political issues at play in the 2016 pres...

Zoom In!

Zoom In is a free, Web-based platform that helps students build literacy and historical thinking skills through “deep dives” into primary and seco...

iCivics Drafting Board

Drafting Board, and online tool from iCivics, walks students through the process of writing an argumentative essay, showing them how to understand an ...

Make an Election Meme

presented by: Mozilla Foundation

Use this meme generator from Mozilla to make and remix your own election-related memes. Quickly describe in pictures and words what you’d want t...

Candidate Quote Project

presented by: Mozilla Foundation

Remix this page, built with Mozilla’s Thimble, to quote a candidate and share your own political message in a fun, spreadable way.