I created a curriculum map for a law elective at my school in Massachusetts.
The map has content, assessments, Massachusetts and CCSS standards, essential questions and skills.
Creating curriculum maps can be a lot of work, but I find the final product to be very helpful in guiding and pacing my
Looking for a contract specifically tailored to the special topics covered in law enforcement? This is a one page parent-teacher-student contract that goes over the possible themes & activities covered in Law Enforcement.
Parents have to sign and initial their consent to cover such activities
This brochure is nicely formatted and contains information on how copyright laws apply to teachers. Can be a great example for middle and high school courses if students are doing projects on copyright, plagiarism, self-plagiarism, etc.
Or, you can just download this brochure for its aesthetics
It is vital that you, as a school teacher, know whether you are exposed, in any form, degree, or manner to a lawsuit by a student or by the parents or caregivers (called “Guardians Ad Litem”) representing them; or whether you could at any time be made part of a named group of teachers and administra
This is the calendar I use for Principles of Law. In my opinion, there is not enough curriculum for an entire year so I have added the Code of Criminal Procedure under Ethics & Professionalism and a Criminal Investigation unit where students will differentiate and profile different offenders (ro