The Texas Government platform includes interrelated and diverse content from the founding of Texas government through the present. Each of the twelve authored chapters features a reading, primary source activities, question banks, and polling. These chapters are comparable to a traditional textbook but, unlike textbooks, you control which items are given to your students. Our content is designed to live alongside your own teaching materials so you can create a unique active learning-based program of study.
Author: Jennifer Danley Scott
Jennifer Danley Scott is a professor of government at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. Not only is she a scholar of Texas History; she is also a specialist in the teaching of the social sciences at the college and university level. She has authored a digital text designed for those who may have solid American Government background but may not have much expertise in Texas Government.