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Saturday, February 1 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
2020 Census Hyperlesson- Engaging students, Supporting Communities

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This Hyperdoc lesson is not only for student learning within our classroom walls, but is an effort to affect change in our actual communities. Some of our schools have many students that fall into historically undercounted populations and it is essential that as trusted community leaders, teachers put out the word about completing the Census and encouraging our communities to participate.

Through analysis of 3 documents created by the US Census Bureau and the state of California, students will learn the following:
*Why the Census is taken
*The impact of the Census on a state
*How people participate in the Census
*Confidentiality issues regarding the Census

In groups, students will:
*Create a printable digital poster promoting participation in the 2020 Census
*Display posters on campus during 2020 Census season and participate in completing the Census in their own households

Speakers
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Jennie Bremer

Teacher, Placentia- Yorba Linda Unified School District
I am just starting my 15th year as a social science teacher in a middle school classroom. Although I am technically a "digital immigrant", I have been described by one of my colleagues as one of those super enthusiastic newcomers decked from head to toe in patriotic gear, belting... Read More →


Saturday February 1, 2020 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Newport Harbor High School Room - 242
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