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Teaching 'All In: The Fight for Democracy' Webinar

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Subject Social Studies — Civics and Government, Current Events
Grade Level Grades 6-12, Professional Development
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Watch the Post-Screening Conversation!

Join Carol Anderson of Emory University, Fran Sterling and Jen Sarché of BlueShift Education, Julia Torres, ELA educator, librarian, and member of Educolor Collective, and Share My Lesson for a follow up session of the new film, "All In: The Fight for Democracy".

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Using the new film “All In: The Fight for Democracy” as a springboard for learning, we will walk through the discussion guide and lesson plans that will lead students on a journey to dig deeply into these fundamental questions: Who gets to participate in our democracy? Who is pushed aside, and why is this problematic? How can we all fight to sustain the right to vote? These resources and lessons are free, flexible, fully accessible and easily adaptable to U.S. history, civics/government, and media literacy units. The presentation will include speakers from the film and the writers of the education resources.

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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.

On Demand version is available in closed captioning in English and Spanish.

Original Air Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020

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Good promotion.
Good promotion. Following your quote of RBG, "Fight for what you care about," I ask that ALL the educator resources about democracy be available without "strings," so that division is not increased between have's and have not's (of social media, for profit services, materials' access via internet, etc.). I'm starting to wonder how many teachers have no or very limited access to these ESSENTIAL and FANTASTIC webinars because of unequal or inequitable division of resources.
Linda_R_3148999
September 24, 2020
It was filled with lots of
It was filled with lots of information. I was very glad to hear from Carol Anderson.
delvara.barner
September 24, 2020