Anatomy of Activism
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5/26/2011 12:57:38Deven Blackdeven.black@gmail.comOrganize students to oppose standardized testing
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5/27/2011 11:58:43Greg Garnergreggarner87@gmail.comRetweet blog links from other educatorsGo to search.twitter.com and search for #education or #edtech and read some of the blogs being tweeted by educators. Then, click "retweet" and get the word out about what they are writing. Some of the most encouragement budding bloggers can receive is as simple as a retweet or an "@" mention.
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5/28/2011 5:08:21Tellioterry.elliott@gmail.comScreen a movie and host a discussion that will serve as an action focus for educational change.For example, host a screening of "Race to Nowhere": http://www.racetonowhere.com/host-screening. Next, lead a discussion before, immediately after, and continued in small group both online and F2F. Partner with others. Do something for others and with others.
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6/26/2011 11:31:01Terry ElliottTerry.elliott@gmail.comView this activist website and decide on an action to take. Do something for your sake and for someone else's sakeGo here: http://www.schooltechconnect.com/
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7/4/2011 21:22:04Terry ElliottTerry.elliott@gmail.comMarch at SOS on July 30thSave Our Schools March & National Call to Action! July 28-31, 2011 in Washington, D.C. and around the country We’re putting the Public back in public schools! We, a collection of people from all walks of life and every corner of this nation, embody a mixture of ideas and opinions regarding how we can improve educational opportunities for all children. We stand united by one belief – it’s time for teachers and parents to organize and reclaim control of our schools. As concerned citizens, we demand an end to the destructive policies and rhetoric that have eroded confidence in our public schools, demoralized teachers, and reduced the education of too many of our children to nothing more than test preparation. A well-educated society is essential to the future of the United States of America. Our students must have access to a fully funded, world-class public education system, and it is our responsibility to hold our government accountable for providing the means to achieve it. Please join us! July 30: DC Rally & March The rally will officially begin at noon at the Ellipse, but arrive early to enjoy performances, art, and more! At noon, Diane Ravitch, Jonathan Kozol, José Vilson, Deborah Meier, Monty Neill, and other speakers, musicians, performance poets, and more will encourage, educate, and support this movement and the Save Our Schools March demands. At 1:30 p.m., we will march to the White House, where the demands will be read, we’ll demonstrate, and engage in a call for continued action to reclaim schools as places of learning, joy, and democracy. If you can’t make it to DC, follow the site to find out more about ways to participate in or plan actions in your local area!
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7/10/2011 8:25:13Terry Elliottterry.elliott@gmail.com Join Coop Catalyst members in online chat July 20When: 9:00-10:00 PM ET, Wednesday, July 20th, 2011 Where: Skype and http://edtechtalk.com/live (there is a chat room and a link to streaming audio for folks who want to chat/listen live without being on the call) Who: Hosts Paul Allison (@paulallison, @youthvoices) and Susan Ettenheim (@susanettenheim), as well as participating Coöp Catalysts
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7/20/2011 17:31:31Tellioterry.elliott@gmail.comRead John Spencer's post I Have a Voice, But What Can I Do? and suggest answers here on this google form. Here is John Spencer's post: http://coopcatalyst.wordpress.com/2011/07/20/i-have-a-voice-but-what-can-i-do/ . Read it and comment on his post and follow up here.
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7/20/2011 17:50:38Tellioterry.elliott@gmail.comTweet about those who are doing education reform.Use John Spencer's hashtag #myreform to note examples of reform that we find in our online travels. Then revisit the hashtag to find inspiration to act.
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