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Here’s a remote resource to expand your knowledge

Colorado high school teacher and JEA member Megan Fromm has a new type of First Amendment activity for teachers to use remotely with students.

Fromm said it’s a digital, fully remote substitute for First Amendment learning stations she does with classroom groups.

“I’m including a link to what I’m calling the ‘teacher workbook,'” she wrote. “Google slides that explain everything.”

Fromm said the video and links embedded are all really important to understand how this lesson would work, so watch the video first.

“Hopefully,” she wrote, “it’s a semi-fun new way to engage with First Amendment content remotely.”

The First Amendment Stations: Teacher workbook and answer slides resources are available by download here.

The Explainer video that explains how this resource can be used is accessed here if it does not work within the above resource.

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