You Be the Judge-Will Your Decision Match the Court’s?
Listen to the case and make your decision, will it match the actual judge’s? This class is great for critical-thinking skills, decision-making, and listening.
Higher Education institutions and employers want individuals who can assess information and formulate their own thoughts. Critical-thinking skills help students understand their own thoughts, ideas and beliefs instead of blindly following others. This class allows students to listen to the information (actual court cases), assess it, and make a decision. The student will then learn the actual decision made in the case and reasons for it. It is an interesting and fun activity to get to play...
I have taught social studies at all levels, worked as a school counselor, and developed youth court programs.
www.Oxford-royals.com uscourts.com American Bar Association National Education Association American Civil Liberties New York Times: 10 Supreme Court Cases Every Teen Should Know
Meet the teacher
I have a masters degree in education/school counseling. I have been in education for over 30 years working at all levels. I started in middle school which I loved but then was asked to go to various elementary schools. I was a little skeptical...
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Live video meetings
1-6 learners per class