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Tools That Help You Teach Better
Stossel in the Classroom is committed to helping educators bring better education to our school systems. We believe that by bringing a balanced approach to subjects like economics, government, and current events, we can help the next generation become better caretakers of society.
We’ve developed guides for many of our videos, filled with compelling questions to help continue the conversation in the classroom.
A great way to get even more out of our videos. We offer quizzes through Google Forms (perfect for your Google Classroom), plus learning games through Kahoot!
Tools That Help You Learn More
Stossel in the Classroom isn’t just for teachers; it’s for students, too. Our videos will help you learn in an entertaining and engaging way, and our contests and college resources are opportunities just waiting to be seized.
We host an Essay Contest and a Video Contest every year, giving students opportunities to showcase their knowledge and win great prizes.
We’ve compiled a list of resources to help make the pursuit of higher education less complicated.
Electric Cars: Inconvenient Facts, Part 1
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONShould all cars go electric? Some politicians and activists think so, but John thinks they're guilty of magical thinking.AVAILABLE RESOURCES Printable PDF AVAILABLE...
5 Socialism Myths, Part 2
Socialism is now as popular as capitalism among young people. In this video (and Part 1), John debunks some socialism myths.
5 Socialism Myths, Part 1
Socialism is now as popular as capitalism among young people. In this video (and Part 2), John debunks some socialism myths.
Once I learned some economics, I started doing TV stories that illustrated basic economic principles. Teachers often wrote me, “Can I get a copy of that? I wished I’d recorded it for my class!” Center for Independent Thought volunteered to do just that! Now teachers tell me that the free videos bring lesson plans to life, and also fulfill curriculum requirements.
More than 150,000 teachers have made Stossel in the Classroom part of their lesson plans. We invite you to provide your feedback to help us improve future materials.
I hope you’ll join these teachers, and I look forward to hearing what you and your students think.