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  • Home | Civically Engaged Districts

    The Civically Engaged Districts Project Nurturing Youth Civic Voice and Engagement Welcome Learn more about this growing network of school districts committed to nurturing youth civic voice and engagement. Read More "I thought that [a previous plan] was the solution, but I'm realizing its got to be much more than that." Educator

  • Home | Civically Engaged Districts

    The Civically Engaged Districts Project Nurturing Youth Civic Voice and Engagement Welcome Learn more about this growing network of school districts committed to nurturing youth civic voice and engagement. Read More "I thought that [a previous plan] was the solution, but I'm realizing its got to be much more than that." Educator

  • Educator Forum | Civically Engaged

    To see this working, head to your live site. All Posts My Posts Login / Sign up Get Connected with CED Welcome! Feel free to share your experiences with Civic Action Research, ask and answers questions of fellow educators. Get the Conversation Started This is where you’ll find all posts in the forum. Create New Post Forum - Frameless

  • Home | Civically Engaged Districts

    The Civically Engaged Districts Project Nurturing Youth Civic Voice and Engagement Welcome Learn more about this growing network of school districts committed to nurturing youth civic voice and engagement. Read More "I thought that [a previous plan] was the solution, but I'm realizing its got to be much more than that." Educator

  • Analyzing Data | Civically Engaged

    Analyzing Data 10/23 PD Day Session 5: Collecting and Analyzing Data (PPT) Download Activity: Identify Interview Themes Download Activity: Organizing Interview Results Download Activity: Analyze Survey Results Download

  • Spanish Resources | Civically Engaged

    Spanish Resources 1.1a Actividad: Reglas para la escucha activa Descargar 1.5a Actividad: Configuraciones del acuerdo: Establecimiento de derechos y responsabilidades Descargar 1.8a Actividad: Mala presentación - práctica Descargar 2.8 Actividad de cambio de valores Descargar 3.10d Actividad: Survey Station Descargar 3.17c Actividad: Consejos para realizar encuestas en entornos escolares Descargar 1.1b Actividad: Normas de confidencialidad Descargar 1.5b Actividad: Configuración del acuerdo: derechos y responsabilidades Descargar 1.8b Actividad: Lista de habilidades Descargar 3.10a Actividad: Métodos de investigación - Pros y contras Descargar 3.10f Actividad: Preguntas sobre la estación de entrevistas - para conocerles Descargar 1.1c Actividad: Bolsa de sentimientos Descargar 1.7a Actividad: Formas de toma de decisiones - Ejemplo Descargar 1.8c 10 Actividad: Consejos para buenas presentaciones Descargar 3.10b Actividad: Estación uno: Grupos focales Descargar 3.10g Actividad: Formulario de consentimiento para la entrevista Descargar 1.3 Actividad: Discusión de Fishbowl Descargar 1.7b Actividad: Formas de toma de decisiones Descargar 1.8d Actividad: Hoja de entrenamiento y evaluación para los presentadores Descargar 3.10c Actividad: Carta de introducción a la encuesta - Ejemplo Descargar 3.17a Actividad: Tipos de preguntas de la encuesta Descargar

  • Jessica Hunsdon | Civically Engaged

    < Back Jessica Hunsdon Project Coordinator Jessica Hunsdon is a part-time project coordinator at Rutgers Graduate School of Education. Working in various educational settings for 30 years, Jessica has served as an educator, professional developer, and program coordinator. For the past eleven years she has focused on developing community-engaged programs that partner community organizations, educators, and students of all ages to facilitate reciprocal learning opportunities. jhunsdon@gmail.com

  • About CED | Civically Engaged

    About Civically Engaged Districts Civically Engaged Districts are nurturing spaces for youth voice and engagement. In Civically Engaged Districts, inquiry, interaction and the exchange of ideas, create an environment in which all perspectives are heard and valued. Civic action research is the catalyst, bringing young people into contact with all parts of the school community as they conduct, share and act upon their research. Youth researchers learn from and about people from across the school community, going beyond the classroom and familiar peer groups. They share their findings with peers, teachers and district leaders, expanding community understandings and informing school practices. About Civic Action Research Civic action research - closely related to youth participatory action research (YPAR) - is youth-led, classroom-based research on issues selected by and of concern to young people. Youth researchers choose a focus, conduct original research in their schools and communities, share what they've learned and take action. 1/7

  • Noa Ovadia | Civically Engaged

    < Back Noa Ovadia Graduate Student Assistant Noa Ovadia is a PhD student at Teachers College, Columbia University, in the Teaching of Social Studies program. Prior to her doctoral studies, Noa was a debate educator and high school civics teacher working with students and teachers from all across her home country of Israel. Her current research focuses on the civic identity formation of transnational youth, and she is thrilled to be participating in and researching civic action research with youth through the CED project. ​

  • Building Community | Civically Engaged

    Building Community 10/23 PD Session 1: The What and Why of Civic Action Research (PPT) Download Activity: Dream Tree Exercise Download Activity: Rights and Responsibilities Download 10/23 PD Session 2: Building and Sustaining Community (PPT) Download Activity: Making Decisions Download Activity: Active Listening in Group Decision Making Download Activity: Team Work Download Activity: Core Communication Skills Download Activity: Murder Mystery Mayhem Download

  • Contact | Civically Engaged

    Get in Touch For Any Questions or Collaborations Are you interested in learning more about the Civically Engaged Districts project? Please complete this brief form and a member of our project team will be in contact with you. First Name Last Name Email Subject School School District What grades do you teach/supevise (check all tha apply)? Elementary School Middle School High School I am a principal and/or supervisor I am interested in: Send Message Thank You for Contacting Us!

  • Dr. Marnie McKoy | Civically Engaged

    < Back Dr. Marnie McKoy Mentor Dr. Marnie G. McKoy’s twenty seven years in education have earned her a strong reputation in independent, charter and traditional public school settings. Marnie most recently served as the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources for New Brunswick Public Schools in New Jersey. She also served as Director of Accountability in Paterson Public Schools; as a charter school CEO and Principal in Paterson; Principal of an independent school in Newark; and as teacher and administrator at the Pingry School in Martinsville, New Jersey. Marnie has taught courses in the Rutgers Graduate School of Education and is teaching in Kean University’s Educational Leadership Department and Seton Hall University’s Executive Doctoral Educational Leadership Program. Marnie is a graduate of Rutgers University and Seton Hall University where she earned an undergraduate degree in English and graduate and doctorate degrees in Educational Leadership, Management and Policy respectively. mmckoy@mckoygroup.com

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