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Introduction to government and public administration

Thomas wants to choose a career that can be helpful to society, as well as, fulfil his own ambition to be resourceful citizen. With this course, you'll better understand the world of government and public administration.

Age Group

11 - 14

Grade Level: 

Middle School

Total Hours

10 hours

Course Modules

• A Better Society • Who is the Head • Mayor for a Day • Sorting Branches Of The Government • How to Get There • Safe And Secure Nation • Collecting Taxes • Classroom Constitution • Let’s Talk Freedom • No More Accidents At the Jobs

Learning Outcomes

• Understand the concept of government and public administration. • Identify the roles and responsibilities of different government branches. • Explore the importance of active citizenship and making a positive difference in society. • Gain knowledge about national security and the various threats to a nation. • Learn about the role of tax collectors and their skills, training, and job responsibilities. • Develop an understanding of the importance of workplace safety and the skills required for job performance.

Course Elements

• Quizzes • Video Quests • Video Scenarios • Hands-on Activities • Downloadables • Videos

Course Overview

Thomas loves to help people and he also takes care of them. He always wants to play his role in the betterment of society - either by helping them to become better people, or by saving their lives. Let's explore this course in depth, and learn more about Thomas's ambition.

This course includes:

4 Quizzes
5 Video Quests
4 Video Scenarios
5 Hands-on Activities
3 Downloadables

Related careers:

Government Administrator
Public Policy Analyst

Skills you will gain:

Thinking skills
Cognitive skills
Observation skills

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Client Reviews

My son Alex found the Introduction to Government and Public Administration course very informative and engaging. He particularly enjoyed the handson activities and video scenarios that helped him understand the role of government and citizenship better. Highly recommend it! Karen L.

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