Massachusetts cities and towns today and in history
Educators will gain foundational knowledge in local government as well as create & administer an active learning project for 3-5th grade students aligned with content standards addressing the purpose of governments, what governments do, and how people participate and contribute to their communities.
Successful completion of this micro-credential means that educators provided evidence that they:
> Gain foundational knowledge about local government and how people participate in and contribute to their communities:
> Describe why classrooms, schools, towns, and cities have governments
> Describe what governments do
> Describe how local governments are organized in Massachusetts
> Describe how people participate in and contribute to their communities.
> Utilize key vocabulary in written work
> Create an action research project for your students such as volunteering in the community or develop an argument for making a change in a community and present their ideas
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