How Can Kids Become Engaged Citizens in this Age of Turmoil?
12:30pm - 2:00pm EST
The heart of democracy beats in every citizen, including, and especially, in children.
This interactive event is the start of an inquiry: How do we nurture that civic spirit and critical thinking in all individuals K-12 in our schools?
Starting with a lively ‘Tonight Show’ format DK Holland of Inquiring Minds and her four guests will ‘set the stage’: DeNora Getachew, executive director of Generation Citizen NY Jacqueline Simmons, senior lecturer curriculum/teaching at Teachers College Dr. Elizabeth Waters, neuroscientist/teaching coach/partner of Inquiring Minds Joe Rogers, Director of Public Engagement at the Center for Education Equity/Teachers College
Each participant will add their unique point of view so we understand the big challenge: How can education help develop kids to become lifelong citizens? After a brief introduction you’ll be asked to contribute your own reflections in small group discussions which will include networking and lead to ‘next steps’. Please bring handouts to share if appropriate.
FAQsWhat may I bring?
This is a free event and please feel free to bring brown bag lunch. Its interactive so bring your civic-mindedness and vision for all children to become engaged citizens.
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