Letters to the Next President 2.0
Join teachers and mentors to power civic participation for a new generation of youth.
Do Now: What Does Being Politically Active Mean to You? #DoNowPolitics
KQED’s Do Now for January 14, 2016 asked youth to think and respond to the prompt “What Does Being Politically Active Mean to You?” Hosted in partnership with Youth Radio, Do...
Do Now: How much do candidates’ faces influence voters? #DoNowBias
KQED’s Do Now by Science Friday asked, How do subconscious snap judgements affect democratic elections? Do Now is a weekly activity hosted by KQED for students to engage and res...
NWP Radio—Digital Learning Day 2016
Digital Learning Day is a national campaign that celebrates educators and shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in and out of clas...
Presidents’ Day Annotatathon
In celebration of Presidents’ day on February 15th, Hypothesis will host a week-long annotatathon of the greatest speeches in American presidential history. Teachers and students...
Presidents’ Day Twitter Chat on Civic Engagement and the 2016 Election
Student Voice events invite students, thought leaders, and change makers to tackle some of education’s biggest issues and engage in community-building discussions to strengthen t...
MAP: Welcome to Primary Season! Find Out When Your State Gets to Vote (and How Much Influence It’ll Have)
presented by: KQED
From KQED's Low Down, a resource for finding state by state information throughout the primary season as well as how it a...
Letters to the Next President 2.0 Kick-off (webinar)
presented by: Educator Innovator
An archive of the kick-off webinar for Letters to the Next President 2.o In this hangout, educators described th...
Public media and Educator Innovator partners are developing learning opportunities and resources for educators and mentors working to support civic participation and digital literacy. Sign up to receive resource and event updates and follow on social media.@2nextprez
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