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Melinda Willens Jan 13
Replying to @DOEChancellor
Thank goodness for Passport to Social Studies! NYCDOE-created. Inclusive. Tells stories from differing perspectives. And needs to be more widely used across our schools - especially in K-5.
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Edward T. O'Donnell Jan 13
NYT research reveals that the content of US history textbooks differs in Red vs Blue states
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Civics For All Jan 10
It’s here at the DOE! Some of our civics, social studies, and publications teams showed their college pride while working to ensure all 1.1 million of our NYCDOE students are prepared for college, careers, and civic life.
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BC Dec 22
Replying to @HSGlobalHistory
Did you see the sixth sense?
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BC Dec 22
Bullshit to Pizza and Chinese food! I’ll give you the deli cause you have Harolds
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BC Dec 21
Replying to @HSGlobalHistory
I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Dec 2
. is a real life superhero. Join us in Manhattan to talk with students!
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Joe Schmidt Dec 2
Take a look at what Fredrick and Abraham are holding! It’s the new comic, Action Activists by and !
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Joe Schmidt Nov 14
WOW! Not a SHOCK! and there was no need to PANIC! when a Lit Prof came and gave a STUPENDOUS History Talks! presentation on EC Comics and Race in 1950s US. Thank you, for an out of this world talk for NYC teachers!
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Marc Lapointe Nov 13
Map on left used at recent professional learning session with ! Teachers used geographic reasoning to analyze Ukraine's strategic importance and established the country's historical and political significance to its immediate neighbors and the U.S.
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Joe Schmidt Nov 15
. teachers, in just over two weeks will be joining us with his coauthors of the , and , for a day on teaching comics and civics! If you haven’t registered yet...
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Joe Schmidt Oct 28
Was lucky enough to visit a unpacking at . Always great to see K-12 teachers collaborate on exciting and innovative ways for NYC students to participate and engage in Civics.
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Civics For All Oct 21
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Civics For All Oct 21
NYCDOE teachers you won’t want to miss this - join us for a day of civics and comics featuring !
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Joe Schmidt Oct 10
Thank you, the teachers really help to make these talks relevant and meaningful! I am always impressed with the NYC teachers who come out for our talks. However, this afternoon’s audience was 🔥! Almost an hour long Q&A and every question was great!
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Andrew Aydin Oct 2
According to a newly released survey, is the #2 most widely taught graphic novel in America behind only Maus! Thank you 🙏 to the many, many teachers embracing March. It’s an incredible feeling to see this dream fully realized.
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David Hollander Oct 3
Using comics to teach Social Studies - yes, please. A great panel based in solid practice and partnership. Can’t wait to see it! Congrats to and the rest of the Office of Social Studies at the NYCDOE.
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Joe Schmidt Sep 27
Very excited... to celebrate New York Comic Con and will be at to talk comics and history with NYC teachers. If you are a NYC T and want to find out more, let me know.
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Civics For All Sep 18
Discussing the with students this week? Check out our collection of resources to support fostering discussion on the impact of climate change and civic engagement on WeTeachNYC
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Joe Schmidt Sep 14
❤️the library and especially love to see all three books of the !
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