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When Doing Good is Good for You: Brokering Future Learning Opportunities to Youth as a Bi-Directional Co-Learning Practice

Authors: Calabrese Barton, Angela
Ching, Dixie
Santo, Rafi
Hoadley, Chris
Peppler, Kylie
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Publisher: Hive Research Lab
Series/Report no.: Brokering Toolkit;
Abstract: For educators to become effective brokers in ways that support equity goals, it is important to consider how brokering is a bi-directional, co-learning practice for both youth and educators. This brief discusses how brokering relationships might support this equity-oriented goal.
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