CIVIX is pleased to present the following new materials and updates to support the CTRL-F program.
Keep the learning going after completing CTRL-F or customize your program experience with this new example bank. Dozens of additional practice examples are searchable by skill, subject, and difficulty. (Must be signed in to access.)Visit Example Bank
Help your students review their CTRL-F skills with this student-centered site containing all of the program videos, along with online practice examples.Launch student site
CIVIX is offering a series of professional development sessions to support bringing the CTRL-F verification skills to the classroom. Workshops will focus on guided practice using engaging examples from the CTRL-F resources.
These will be held twice monthly throughout the school year. For more information and to register, please visit this Eventbrite link.
Using Wikipedia to investigate unfamiliar sources is a key CTRL-F skill, but we know it still gets mixed reviews. Our new Why Use Wikipedia video helps dispel some persistent myths about the crowd-sourced encyclopedia, while Wikipedia Tips & Tricks reviews the features of a Wikipedia article in order to use it most effectively.