View this discussion with members of the Council of Youth Research, a Los Angeles youth participatory action research (YPAR) community, on how this practice makes civic education authentic, relevant, and oriented toward social justice.
This is Part 2 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 3: Educators’ Experiences Educating for Participatory Politics
- Part 4: Thinking Across Civic Education Work
View the Conversation
During the broadcast, the conversation also took place on Twitter using the hashtags #connectedlearning and #digitalcivics and through the Q&A feature in the video player.
Guests for this webinar included:
- 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.
- Ebony Cain, Associate Professor of Clinical Education at the USC Rossier School of Education.
- Antonio Martinez, Assistant Professor in the Department of Student Development in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
- Katie Rainge-Briggs, Founding teacher of the Augustus Hawkins Responsible Indigenous Social Entrepreneurship (RISE) High School in Los Angeles, California.
- Laurence Tan, Founding teacher at the Roses in Concrete Community School in Oakland, California.
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