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23
Mar
2019

Mock Trial: Preparing Your Students for the Trial

03/23/2019 8:30 am -4:30 pm

This Academy is for educators and officers who serve a middle and/or high school population.  Please note, this training does not fulfill the yearly advanced LRE Academy requirement for School Safety Program funded SROs/JPOs.

Event Overview

This training will be held in conjunction with the Arizona Mock Trial State Competition. Participants of this training will have the opportunity to view multiple rounds of the competition and watch the students live in action!  In addition, they will receive hands on advice and strategies from an experienced Mock Trial teacher on how to implement Mock Trial in the classroom.  If you are interested in starting a Mock Trail program at your school or enhance your existing program then this training is for you!  Educators looking to compete in the Mock Trial Program or educators interested in teaching their students about the court system should also attend.  Lessons and activities will provide a starting point for the Mock Trial Program and basic courtroom knowledge.  

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30
Apr
2019

iCivics E-Tournament Training

04/30/2019 10:00 am -2:30 pm

This training is for FREE for educators and officers who serve a middle or high school population. 

SROs/JPOs are invited to attend; however, please note this training does not fulfill the yearly advanced LRE Academy requirement for School Safety Program funded SROs/JPOs.

Event Overview

This free training is for educators who serve a middle or high school population. New and existing iCivics teachers are invited to attend this unique training experience that will provide participants with strategies to put a new spin on civic education by using esports as a teaching tool. Esports do not have to be limited to traditional video games but can also be practiced with iCivics! Through the use of esport techniques, participants will gain an understanding of how to interactively engage youth while increasing their civic knowledge. Participants of this training will learn how to create an iCivics e-team with the aim of encouraging civic participation among youth. By adding an e-tournament component, students will be utilizing a competitive platform they enjoy to learn how our government works. Students will have opportunities to play different roles, solve puzzles, and make decisions while collaborating with their peers. Participants of this training will learn tactics to be an effective e-team coach and will have the opportunity to share ideas with fellow attendees. Strategies and resources will be provided as a starting point for creating an iCivics e-team and participating in an e-tournament. To provide the full experience, this training will be held at Pure E-Sports, a gaming facility utilized by college level esport tournaments.

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