Keynote: Students as Changemakers: A Conversation with Mary Beth Tinker

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Join Facing History and Ourselves and Share My Lesson to explore how educators can support students as changemakers today. 

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One year ago, the March for Our Lives reminded us of the power of student protesta right established fifty years ago in the landmark Supreme Court decision Tinker v. DesMoines.

Join Facing History and Ourselves to explore how educators can support students as changemakers today. This webinar will feature a conversation with activist Mary Beth Tinker, insights from educators and a new teaching unit designed to promote civic skills in your students.

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Available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

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March 2019
great conversation, great resources! Thanks!
March 2019
Inspiring conversation! And it meant to much to hear from both the amazing Mary Beth Tinker and a Facing History social justice student advocate, Anthony Price. Thank you!
March 2019
Excellent keynote. Mary Beth Tinker is a personal hero of mine and the team from Facing History and Ourselves are top notch!
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Enjoyed hearing Ms. Tinker talk of her past - before her historic Supreme Court case. It was interesting to hear what led her to be an advocate for the rights of those she felt were denied equal access.
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Having a primary source speak tonight was very valuable - as a retired teacher and a current Museum Educator, I know the value of real voices including our own in making a difference in the lives of our young people and in making a difference and reinforcing mine.
March 2019
This webinar provided just the push that I needed to continue to encourage my students to use their voices for good. Thank you! Bev Bruce South Shore Charter Public School Norwell, MA
March 2019