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Watch a discussion with educators and researchers from Educating for Participatory Politics (EPP) and the Council of Youth Research on the similarities of their experiences, as well as distinctions between the projects. They shared ideas about what civic educators and researchers in a range of settings can learn from each other.

This hangout was the fourth and final in a 4-part series, “Youth-Led Inquiry, Connection, and Action: Redesigning Civic Education for the Digital Age,” organized by Educating for Participatory Politics and the Council of Youth Research. The series was co-streamed at connectedlearning.tv.

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During the broadcast, the conversation also took place on Twitter using the hashtags #connectedlearning#digitalcivics, and #2nextprez

Guests for this webinar included:

  • Erica Hodgin (host), Associate Director of the Civic Engagement Research Group at Mills College and the Research Director of the Educating for Participatory Politics project, which includes four teams in three different cities exploring ways to redesign civic education for the digital age.
  • Nicole Mirra (host) – Assistant Professor of English Education at The University of Texas at El Paso. She earned her Ph.D. in Urban Schooling from the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, is a former high school Language Arts teacher, and coordinator of UCLA Council of Youth Research.
  • Perry Bellow-Handelman, Social studies teacher and the Social Justice Pathway lead at Coliseum College Prep Academy (CCPA) in Oakland, CA.
  • Eddie Lopez, History Teacher at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles, CA.
  • John Rogers, Associate professor of Urban Schooling in the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies and Director of the UCLA Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access (IDEA).

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Photo/ Educating for Participatory Politics

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