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Some Things Really Matter

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Digital Native, Meet Digital Immigrant: Building Intergenerational Relationships Through a Technology Literacy Project

By KATE MAGSAMEN-CONRAD photos courtesy of BGSU Marketing and Communications. Kate Magsamen-Conrad, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at Bowling Green State University. Her work is in health and interpersonal communication with a special focus in … Continue reading

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Call for Educator Written Articles and Reflections!

Share your experiences as an educator with our readers. We welcome unsolicited submissions. We are especially interested in articles, essays, and reflections on the following topics: Student Voice • Empathy • Creative Approaches to Bullying Community Works Journal has been published … Continue reading

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#StudentVoice

#StudentVoice is not about students “being heard.” #StudentVoice IS about cultivating student opportunities to think, design, and lead. more: http://bit.ly/1PCRv6u

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K-16 Educators, There is but one place to be this Summer

    K-16 Educators, There is but one place to be this Summer learn more: http://bit.ly/1PCRv6u 

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Where We Are At….

Scholarship Supported Registrations Are Available learn more: communityworksinstitute.org

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Don’t Miss Scholarship Supported Rates!

Don’t Miss Scholarship Supported Rates http://bit.ly/1PCRv6u #servicelearning #SLC18 #SocialJustice

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Teachers Supporting Teachers is Where We Are At

CWI Summer Institutes on Place Based Service-Learning attract teachers with a passion connecting students to their community. Our Institute participants each summer come from a wide and diverse set of contexts. The true strength of the Institute is the synergy … Continue reading

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Brooklyn School in Solidarity with Immigrants and Refugees

By NATANIA KREMER Eighty students, faculty, and community members came together recently for “Brooklyn in Solidarity with Immigrants and Refugees: Turning Interscholastic Conversations into Collaborative Action.” Inspired by the collaboration of the heads of four Brooklyn independent schools, this joint … Continue reading

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Teaching for Social Justice through Collaborative Ethnography

By JOE BROOKS Using Collaborative Ethnography as a tool and strategy, we’re helping K-16 and community educators learn to design compelling curriculum experiences that are centered on the people, issues, and culture of their own local community. Collaborative Ethnography provides … Continue reading

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