Cornerstones for Civic Engagement is a series of 12 curriculum units with corresponding professional development modules that cultivates civic skills and dispositions in students.
All units provide:
Culturally responsive and grade-appropriate sources and student materials
Content that integrates with social studies and literacy instruction
- Civics in Third Grade Social Studies
Civic Engagement for Third Graders: Making It Real
Comparing Wampanoag and Puritan
Education in Our Democracy, Past and Present
Monuments in Massachusetts History: Who Gets Honored?
- Civics in Fourth Grade Social Studies
Whose Land Is This? Belonging in a Pluralistic Society
Voting with their Feet: The Great Migration and the Search for Equality
Natural Disasters: Roots and Civic Responses across Five Regions
Environmental Stewardship: Taking Care of our Land and Environment
- Civics in Fifth Grade Social Studies
Religious Liberty: A Core Value in the Practice of Inclusiveness
Enslavement and Resistance in Colonial America
Political Protest in the Era of the American Revolution: How Do People Stand Up for Beliefs?
What Is a Nation? Patriotism and Civic Identity in U.S and Native Contexts
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