Tuesday, March 30
11:15-11:35 AM
Room 8

Social Media, Civic Becomings, and Teacher-Activism: The Individual and Collective in a Mediatized World

Full Paper (Live Presentation) ID: 58638
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    Benjamin Gleason
    Iowa State University
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    Marie Heath
    Loyola University

Abstract: Teacher civic participation is political, educative, and necessary. Using autoethnographic methods, we find teacher civic becomings occur through social media, reflecting connections to place, time, and community. The practices of teacher civic engagement are enacted from screens, to our bodies marching in the streets, and reflected back again to screens.

Presider: Nathalie Lossec, Tampere University of Applied Science


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