How Laws Are Made
In this class, students will explore the American system of government, learning about the roles of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government, and about the role of voters and elections in choosing who makes and enforces the laws. With a nod to the famous Schoolhouse Rock video, students will follow the path of an idea for a new law through the system of government to see how it comes to fruition, and in doing so learn about our system of checks and balances, political participation, and governmental compromise.
About Virtual School Day
Why did we create Virtual School Day? As a leader in online education, we felt a responsibility to help parents and students find new ways and things to learn in these trying times.
Is it really free? Yes. 100% free. Completely free. All we ask is that if you need additional help, consider our more-personalized options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring or a more-focused Live Online Class.
Who are the Virtual School Day instructors? From award-winning teachers to passionate subject-matter experts to astronauts, we’ve recruited some of the best instructors on the planet.
How many classes can I sign up for? As many as you want. There are no restrictions. Get crazy with your calendar.
Why do I have to set up an account? Your account lets you access your schedule of classes and the session links needed to join. Plus, having an account allows you to quickly register for more classes.
About Varsity Tutors
At Varsity Tutors, we help you connect with the right tutor or class for your needs, right when you need them most. And our innovative Live Learning Platform, personalized approach, and highly credentialed instructors make it easier for you or your student to learn with confidence.
How to Participate
Before each session you’ll receive an email with a link to join.
Gather any necessary supplies for class and come ready to learn!
This class is currently full.
More dates and times added regularly. Check back soon.
Get a more personalized experience in a small group setting
6 weeks, 2 sessions/week, 1hr each
About Small Group Classes
- Typically 6-9 students per class.
- Students get personalized help and attention.
- Opportunies to collaborate and engage in discussion.
About Small Group Classes
Small classes allow the instructor to give individualized attention to each student.
Customized Curriculum and Learning
Class content and pacing is tailored to the interests and needs of the students.
Student-to-student collaboration foster deeper learning and engagement.