Teachers from Los Angeles, Oakland, and Chicago shared their experiences implementing curriculum exploring the expanded possibilities and risks associated with youth civic and political engagement in the digital age.
This is Part 3 of a 4-part series, Youth Led Inquiry, Connection and Action: Redesigning Civic Education for Participatory Politics, which focuses on successes and lessons learned from two long-running civic education initiatives that redesign civic learning opportunities to take advantage of digital opportunities for connection and social action, the Educating for Participatory Politics project, and the Council of Youth Research.
- Part 1: Supporting Educators to Educate for Participatory Politics
- Part 2: YPAR in Action: Lessons from the Coucil of Youth Research
- Part 4: Thinking Across Civic Education Work
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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.
- Sonia Hansra, Academic Advisor and Humanities Teacher at MetWest High School, Oakland, CA.
- Christine Laadimi, Social Studies teacher at Bogan High School, Chicago, IL.
- Kate Rowley, Teacher at Locke High School, Los Angeles, CA.
- Albert Vazquez-Mejia, Teacher at Locke High School, Los Angeles, CA.
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