Teaching civics 2018 style: Check the ‘gram, kids
Dec 20, 2018

Teaching civics 2018 style: Check the ‘gram, kids

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Teachers have a tough job, and usually, social media is more of a classroom distraction than a help. But recently Molly took a field trip to Madison Park Academy, a public high school in East Oakland, CA, where she visited  Jacob Levy, a social studies teacher who's using Instagram to make his job teaching government a whole lot easier. 

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Teaching civics 2018 style: Check the 'gram, kids

Dec 19, 2018
Newly elected politicians are giving a behind-the-scenes look at Congress, on social media.
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Teachers have a tough job, and usually, social media is more of a classroom distraction than a help. But recently Molly took a field trip to Madison Park Academy, a public high school in East Oakland, CA, where she visited  Jacob Levy, a social studies teacher who’s using Instagram to make his job teaching government a whole lot easier. 

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