Generation Joshua’s online courses are self-paced courses for member students and families. Each course consists of multiple lessons of assigned readings in PDF format, followed by an online, automated quiz. Select courses also include discussion and essay questions assigned at the discretion of the teacher.
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Cost: There is no additional cost to Generation Joshua members for our online courses. They are part of the benefits that come with your Generation Joshua membership.
NOTE: Our courses section is currently under renovation, as we are in the process of updating them. Stay tuned as we release more courses over the coming year!
It is our goal that by completing the work in this course, students will have a strong working knowledge of the thoughts and ideas that our country was founded on. There are many exciting things to learn from the founders, both from their personal and political lives, and it is fascinating to see the differences in opinion they had, from the strong federalism of Alexander Hamilton to the equally strong anti-federalism of Thomas Jefferson. By immersing themselves in the thoughts and writings of these men, students will gain a greater understanding of the ideas that drove the founding of our country.
Generation Joshua staff share what it takes to win a successful campaign. This includes discussions on: attitudes of a successful candidate, questions to answer before running, what to do before deciding to run, six steps to winning a campaign, campaign plans, the media, fundraising, precinct walking and campaign signs, what to do in the field, volunteers, research, mailings, campaigning in public, polls, election day, etc.
Revolution Era Sermons
America’s early history is rich with influential documents that helped shape the growth of our budding nation. These documents contain more than just laws and procedure; they shed light on the ideals and philosophies of early Americans on subjects such as liberty, religion, and the security of the common good.
Generation Joshua’s America’s Founding Documents course takes students on a journey from the First Charter of Virginia (1606) through documents like the Mayflower Compact (1620), Pennsylvania Frame for Government (1682), Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress (1765), and the Declaration of Independence (1776) through the Northwest Ordinance (1787).