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High School Government Session 1 - The Constitution and Its Political Processes
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In this conversational style class, I will answer questions the learners have about economics and government. Example questions could be: * What is economics? * What is supply and demand? * What is a government? * How is economics and government connected? * What can governments do? * How are decisions made in government? * Why do we need a government? * How are governments created? * What is democracy and what is dictatorship? * Why is it important to study these things? ...and much...
Students should leave the conversation with a familiarity with basic concepts from economics and government.
I have 10 years of experience teaching political science at the university level.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mikael Hellstrom, Ph.D.Game-based learning pioneer
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132 completed classes
I teach social studies and role-playing games. I have 35 years of experience as a Game-master of table-top roleplaying games and Live-Action Roleplay organizer and facilitator for people of ages 7+. I used that experience in my teaching,...