Digital Civics Toolkit1 year ago 1 year ago
This toolkit was developed by the MacArthur Research Network on Youth and Participatory Politics.
HERE’S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:
The Digital Civics Toolkit is a collection of resources for educators to support youth to explore, recognize, and take seriously the civic potentials of digital life. The Toolkit draws on the research and work of the MacArthur Research Network on Youth and Participatory Politics (YPP). The Toolkit explores a range of civic opportunities and dilemmas via 5 modules focused on: Exploring Community Issues, Investigation, Dialogue, Voice, and Action.
We invite you to explore the modules and choose the resources that best meet the interests and needs of your students, classroom, and community. The modules were designed for high school students but can be adapted for earlier grades. Each module contains a conversation starter, several activities, and a closing reflection with very broad suggestions. Depending on the age and level of your students, you may need to integrate additional scaffolding and supports. If you would like to dig deeper into concepts, there are links to extension activities. For more information on the ideas in each module, we provide a Teacher Background Information with links to articles, blogs, videos, and further resources.
Click here to access the toolkit.
Hodgin, E., James, C., & Shresthova, S. (2018). Digital Civics Toolkit. The MacArthur Research Network on Youth and Participatory Politics (YAPP). https://www.digitalcivicstoolkit.org/
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