10 Questions to Empower Student Changemakers

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How can we help students develop equitable, effective, and self-protective civic agency in this digital age? This question has never been more urgent AND more relevant. As learning practices enter a new era of digital dependency, we must encourage our students to navigate learning with conscious intention and as engaged citizens.

In this webinar, Chaebong Nam of Harvard’s Democratic Knowledge Project partners with Laura Gardner, a practicing middle school librarian, to explore how the 10 Questions for Young Changemakers Framework can be used in school libraries to empower student agency across the ideological spectrum.

Watch this webinar to learn more about:

  • The rationale behind the 10 Questions Framework
  • Relevance of the Framework to school libraries as it supports your role as civic educator
  • Implementation strategies for specific learning practices
  • How to collaborate to implement the 10 Questions in your learning community

Download the Webinar Handout and this “Be a Changemaker” poster from the Democratic Knowledge Project.

This webinar is part of an ongoing School Library Connection monthly series on a wide range of topics, where library innovators share their expertise and help you stay up-to-date with professional trends and be inspired! Subscribe to SLC today to join our community of school library professionals!

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