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With today’s digital-age tools, young learners have more opportunities than ever to discover passions and to influence the world around them.

Thursday, June 12, from 11am-12pm PT (2-3pm ET), we hung out with +Matthew Williams, +Janelle Bence, +Meenoo Rami & others. We learned about how +KQED’s “Do Now” program helped students build civic engagement & digital literacy skills through social media, and why teachers are using Do Now in the classroom.

This webinar was part of a June series called “Looking Closely at Student Work in the Digital Age.” Check out all the details at http://bit.ly/lookingclosely

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During the broadcast, the conversation also took place on Twitter using the hashtag #connectedlearning.

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