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This amazing year-long United States History bundle will make your life easier!!! This is course is easy to follow. I have been teaching this course for 13 years! This course will make your life easier and simplify your job!!!
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I stand together against racism and remain committed to the bedrock social justice principles that our country was founded upon. I stand together in the fight against racism in our quest to create a more equitable world.
George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. And countless others, some known through the media while so many others are known only to their loved ones or their communities. Their names, their killings, the ongoing violence against the Black community whose legacy stretches back centuries leaves us saddened and outraged.
Our hearts go out to their families and their communities. Their killings provide us with stark reminders of the biased criminal justice system, the all too frequent realities of police brutality without accountability, and the dehumanization of Black lives that many people endure every day of their lives.
The systemic racism woven throughout the fabric of our nation is causing tremendous damage. Whether it’s the inequities in the educational system, financial system, housing market, or employment. We must do better.
This has placed a great burden and responsibility on social studies teachers. My goal is to strive to work to close this opportunity gap through the power of education. I just applied for a grant to read Stamped with my sociology class and plan on starting day 1 in all my classes with the idea of empathy through a video called Silent Beats. I plan on discussing #blacklivesmatter with my classes and speak up if there is an injustice in our community. I believe in the power of education and that it can be a catalyst for change!
I also have the humility to recognize I don't have all the answers. But with an open mind, a giving spirit, and a listening ear, I hope to partner and be part of the solution. ... See MoreSee Less
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Play Games in class
I always play Kahoot, Quizlet Live, and Socrative as games before a test but this week I did something different. I gave a test using Socrative and by the end of the period, my class knew their grade before they walked out of the class!
Socrative is amazing for test review games but I use it for my tests. My students can scroll through questions at their own pace and when they hit submit they get their grade. All I have to grade is the short answer responses. My grading time is cut to 10 minutes instead of hours using Socrative for tests and quizzes!
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I stand together against racism and remain committed to the bedrock social justice principles that our country was founded upon. I stand together in the fight against racism in our quest to create a more equitable world. #sschat #edchat #hsgovchat
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BREAKING: Mayor Bowser just officially renamed the section of 16th street in front of the White House “Black Lives Matter Plaza."
I always emphasize to my students that young people are at the forefront of movements for change. #sschat https://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/1268961817692422144
Teens have been gassed and hit with rubber bullets at protests. They keep coming back.
Their high school years have been punctuated by protests for women's rights, safe schools, racial justice and climate change. https://wapo.st/3gZtdaY
I believe in the power of education as a catalyst for change! We will be reading Stamped & plan on empathy as a foundation in all my courses. I plan on discussing #blacklivesmatter w/ my classes and will speak up if there is an injustice in our community. #sschat
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