ROLE-PLAY MADE EASY

Bring civics & history to life through media-rich, collaborative, role-playing experiences.

CIVICS IN ACTION

WHAT IS VOXPOP?

A PLATFORM FOR COLLABORATIVE LIVE-ACTION ROLE-PLAYS
Teacher leads students through role-play using VOXPOP

VOXPOP brings civics & history to life through in-person, media-rich, collaborative role-plays. The teacher guides the experience using VOXPOP's easy-to-use software, accessible from any web-enabled device. With VOXPOP's immersive, live-action role-plays, students explore different perspectives and work together to navigate defining moments in American History.

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EXPLORE THE
ROLE-PLAYS

Explore VOXPOP's growing library of role-plays covering events from across U.S. history.

TEACH WITH VOXPOP

Looking for dynamic role-plays  to use in your classroom?

 

Each VOXPOP includes videos that provide historical context, unique profiles for each student and primary source images that help students understand their character's perspective.

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PARTNER WITH VOXPOP

Want to add interactive experiences to your educational offerings?

 

We can turn your content into dynamic, multimedia role-plays that teachers and students will love.

OUR MISSION

GIVE TEACHERS & STUDENTS AN ENGAGING TOOL TO PRACTICE CIVIC DISCOURSE

We believe engaging with different voices & perspectives is crucial to our democracy. By practicing this skill we build a better politics.

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VOXPOP is proud to be a member of the Social Studies Innovation Network! We bring innovative content to K-12 social studies classrooms. Our programs are backed by research demonstrating their feasibility for implementation and promise for supporting student learning. They were funded by the American people through federal grants.