Page One: Reference: Polletta, 1998 (link to article by clicking here) Our Narrative of Civic Change: Identity, Agency, Advocacy and our own stories.

Page One and Two: Graphic: Who Wants Change? by clicking here. 

Page Three: Developing an Inquiry Question by clicking here. 

CON: Research an Amendment Project Instructions by clicking here. 

Student work will be peer edited and organized so that I, and honors students/volunteers, can upload the content onto the map/learning center for D+CPAR by topic.

Page Five: Politics8Art by clicking here and KCC Reads Just Kids by clicking here

Page Five: I am Tired of Being Labelled by clicking here and KCC Reads Americanah by clicking here.

Page Seven: Discussion Questions by clicking here

Page Ten: In Reflection: Dred Scott Responses by clicking here.

Page Ten: Answering the Inquiry Question through Dialogue by clicking here (link to CPAR projects and Civic engagement websites)

CON: Sharing Research Amendment Projects: PPT, 5 Para Essay, Photo-Essay, Other submitted online or via email.

Student work will be peer edited and organized so that I, and honors students/volunteers, can upload the content onto the map/learning center for D+CPAR by topic. 

Page 13: Inquiry Questions (Identity)

Page 36: D+CPAR link and blog

CON: students will read and annotate one part of the working annotated constitution because people in BK say they want to know their rights –

Student work will be peer edited and organized so that I, and honors students/volunteers, can upload the content onto the map/learning center for D+CPAR by topic. 

Page 44: Discussion Questions by clicking here.

Page 44: Meet Asmaa Youtube by clicking here.

Page 44: In Reflection: What Skills Do You Have?

Page 44: Connecting Your Inquiry Question: interactive technology and pedagogy as democracy in action (highlight transdisciplinary (post) student research projects) and give away part of the ed tech via civic engagement products but no services.

Page 45: Developing an action research inquiry using empirical research steps (connect to CUNY library, CUNY Law, Schwarzman, and Library of Congress.)

Page 45: Why the Humanities? Confronting Racism in the classroom.

Page 63: In Those Years Poem Text and Links to Syrian Conflict

Page 63: Discussion Questions: What is an injustice…

Page 64: Copeland Lincoln’s Portrait NPR Link

Page 65: In Reflection: Action Lists and Getting Beyond Procrastination

Page 65: Civic Creative Integration: Videos and more

Page 67: Inquiry Question: Establishing Relevance Among Diverse Learners: students will learn how a constitution organizes self-government and human behavior.

CON:students will help develop Pleblex, a guide for legal issues in New York City on Academic Commons (Review Site Architecture, Discuss Signal Choice Consequence Logic, Discuss possible themes, commit to help using your skills or other.

ALS: students will research acts of injustice and/or access to socio-legal services.

Page 85: Why Civic Engagement in the Classroom? Confronting “Elitism”

Page 98: If The War Goes On Quote and link to “War on Terror” aftermath

Page 102: Black Lives Matter Link

Page 104: Remix Movie Link

Page 110: 2011 Person of the Year Link

Page 122: In Reflection: Revisiting Identity

Page 130: In Reflection: How Can We Keep the Dialogue Going?

Page 130: Inquiry Questions and Responses Upload links and confirmation with minimal contact info.

Final Exam: Students will hold a constitutional convention to draft a “working constitution” for the future, to be shared with future classes and on the website for amendment based on criteria we will develop in class and take a short 10 question multiple choice exam online reflecting a “last lecture” summarizing our collective work, research findings, and contribution to social science and civic engagement.

  • ALS: students will propose a court education program to bring together community partners to discuss solutions to the problem and identify how one solution would affect members who are excluded or feel excluded from the rule of law in action.