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Scholars as well as innovative K-12 practitioners led an inquiry into how to best use participatory media to promote positive student engagement in their communities – both online and offline. This was the fourth webinar in the #TeachDoNow MOOC series.

Guests for this webinar included:
Paul Oh, National Writing Project
Chris Sloan, English and Media Instructor at Judge Memorial High School
Shawn McCusker, Online community oranizer; Social Studies Instructor, Libertyville High School
Leah Clapman, Managing Editor for Education, PBS Newshour
Diana Laufenberg, Science Leadership Academy
Ellen Middaugh, Research Director, Educating for Democracy in the Digital Age

Live Chat Archive
Click here to view and download a PDF version of the live chat conversation that happened during the webinar.

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