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experience the drama of u.s. politics
Students take on key U.S. Government roles including Executive and Legislative, Defense and Security, Interest Groups and Media Members. They’re challenged to both collaborate and compete to achieve their secret hidden goals.
Statecraft U.S. Government is easily adaptable for small classes under 25 students and for large classes up to 600 students running multiple simulations. It can be used 100% online to bring your remote class to life.
Demonstrate Course Concepts
Students become part of the U.S. Political System so they experience first-hand how U.S. Government works. In order to succeed in the Simulation, they’ll have to apply course-related knowledge.
Game-like play sucks students into the Simulations where they must take ownership of their learning experience. They’re empowered to excel to their own personal limits and shine. Engagement enhances the knowledge acquisition process and makes it fun!
The Simulation is easy to set up and runs itself. You have a new tool to draw connections to course concepts and spark dynamic conversations. Teacher tools do tasks like grading for you.
Course concepts covered
The multidimensional U.S. Government Simulation program covers the entire U.S. Government (or American Government) curriculum. Using the Simulation creates new opportunities to demonstrate how course concepts come to life. Students are experiencing lessons first-hand so they’re more engaged and develop personal opinions about what they’re learning. Instructors report being able to have more productive lessons and more interesting conversations with students.
How Bills Become a Law
Role of Interest Groups
Relationship Between Media and Government
Institutional Checks and Balances
Constitutional Powers of the
President vs. Congress
Role of Political Parties and Ideology
Civil Liberties vs. National Security
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how it works
Easy Set-up & Launch
Playing the Simulation
The Instructor's Role
Ending the Simulation & Grading
Time-Saving Teacher Tools
Statecraft automatically assigns students to roles based on a brief personality test designed for optimum role fit and student collaboration during the initial signup process.
Automated Student Prompting, Feedback & Calculations
Professors report an average of 13% time savings by using simulation tools that automatically prompt students, issue feedback, and guide outcomes.
The Statecraft system tracks all choices and outcomes and automatically reports final grades to the instructor in an excel exportable format for your convenience.
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Book your personal demo today! We’ll answer your questions, show you how these cool features work and help you set up your first U.S. Gov Simulation.
ROLE spotlight: president of the aclu
When a student is assigned the role of President of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACUL). Since the goal of the ACLU is to make sure citizen’s rights are protected, in this role they’ll be working to sway public opinion and congress’ votes on major bills. They’ll have additional goals like increasing ACLU membership. The President of the ACLU will be working hard to generate excellent press for the organization so if this is my role, I may do things such as create ad campaigns or get endorsements to promote the ACLU.
Tour the President of the ACLU Student Interface:
This is the President of the ACLU Student view; depending on the student’s role the action options they see will vary.
Reasons the U.S. Government Simulation is so effective:
Results you’ll experience:
"a powerful active learning tool"
out of 5 stars
Instructors rated Statecraft Customer Service 4.56 of 5 stars in the 2019 User Survey
Excellent Customer Support
Costs much less than a textbook
Get started today to experience how Statecraft brings U.S. politics to life in your course!
You can sign up online now to get started immediately or book your personal demo! We’ll give you a complete product tour, answer all of your questions and help you configure your first U.S. Government Simulation.
Statecraft Leader Maker Program
As a company, we are passionate about student success! Our mission is to engage students in social science topics in a way that ignites their curiosity, excitement for learning, and social skills regardless of their learning styles or socio-economic disadvantages. In the spirit of this mission, we founded the Statecraft Leader Maker Program, which donates Simulations to low-income high schools. Contact Joe at [email protected] to discuss a project or collaboration!
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