Tutorials

C-SPAN Classroom Overview

C-SPAN Education Department members Craig McAndrew, Josh Koning, and Pam McGorry demonstrate and explain the resources available for teachers on the C-SPAN Classroom website and other associated C-SPAN sites.

 

C-SPAN's 2012 Summer Fellows

Fellows Dee Thompson, Ashley Goodrich, and Cara Gallagher demonstrate how they use C-SPAN resources in their classrooms, including lessons studying vocabulary, media literacy, and moot courts.

 

Using C-SPAN for a Current Events Blog

2011 C-SPAN Teacher Fellow Mary Sue Mauer on how she uses C-SPAN video when blogging with her students. Mary teaches World Geography and Cultures U.S. History Government and Economics to students in grades 9-12 at Westmark School in Encino CA.

 

Using C-SPAN and Google Maps

2011 C-SPAN Teacher Fellow Leslie Pralle Keehn on how she uses C-SPAN video in conjunction with Google Maps to geographically mark and track current events. Leslie teaches U.S. History World History Government Economics and Geography to students in grades 7-12 at Northeast Hamilton Secondary School in Blairsburg IA.

 

Using C-SPAN's Supreme Court Timeline

2011 C-SPAN Teacher Fellow Dan Tulli on using C-SPAN's Interactive Supreme Court Timeline to review key cases. Dan teaches U.S. Government to students in 12th grade at L.C. Bird High School in Chesterfield VA.

 

How to use C-SPAN's Constitution Clips Teaching Resource

C-SPAN 2010 Summer Teacher Fellow Ben Bohmfalk, from Roaring Fork High School in Carbondale, CO, explains the purpose of C-SPAN's Constitution Clips and gives several options for incorporating it into your classroom.

  

How To Search The C-SPAN Video Library

A short demonstration video illustrating how to search for video on the C-SPAN Video Library.