PARTICIPATING IN A CONNECTED WORLD:
EXPLORING CIVIC ISSUES, DISCOVERING CIVIC INTERESTS
Educating 4 Democracy videos and resource collection.
Evans, Christina. (2015). Blog post. The Nuts and Bolts of the Digital Civic Imagination. DML Central Blog.
Hodgin, E. (2016). Blog post with resource links: Redesigning Civic Education for the Digital Age. DML Central Blog.
KQED Teach: Free online modules that help educators explore foundational digital media literacy concepts.
KQED Learn: Free projects and lessons that help students develop the essential skills of analyzing and making media for an authentic audience.
Kahne, J., Hodgin, E., & Eidman-Aadahl, E. (2016). Overview: Redesigning Civic Education for the Digital Age: Participatory Politics and the Pursuit of Democratic Engagement. Full article: “Redesigning Civic Education for the Digital Age: Participatory Politics and the Pursuit of Democratic Engagement.” Theory & Research in Social Education, 44(1).
Kahne, J., Middaugh, E., & Allen, D. (2015). “Youth, new media and the rise of participatory politics.” In D. Allen & J. Light (Eds.), From Voice to Influence. Chicago, IL: University Of Chicago Press.
Korbey, H. (2017). New Times Call for a New Civics. Edutopia.
The Black Youth Project. Digital Media and Struggles for Justice: Video and curriculum. (*Also recommended as an Extension Idea above.) “The video uses the mobilization effects of the #SayHerName campaign to examine the ways that young people are engaged in political action. The video features interviews with prominent activists, scholars, organizers, and others involved in justice work. The curriculum provides media and key takeaways for a “Digital Media and Struggles for Justice” workshop.”