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This collection is designed to help teachers build their practice in terms of culturally responsive teaching and global competence. The resources in this collection can be used to lead a professional learning series on this instructional framework and/or the instructional try-its can be used to embed culturally responsive teaching into practice. As suggested in the Powerpoint template, a series on this topic could consist of six 35-minute sessions that occur on a weekly basis. Included are five instructional try-its that teachers can use to expand the number of weeks dedicated to this learning series and/or implement in their classrooms as part of their action plan.
Additional uses for this collection include 1) examining the global competence framework developed by the Asia Society and the role that thinking plays in learning and instruction, 2) exploring the social action approach of culturally responsive teaching (which matches almost exactly with the “take action” piece of the global competence framework) and 3) asking questions in order to understand the students’ lives and world views. Through the instructional try-Its, teachers can develop approaches and understandings that will help them empower their students as they learn to challenge the power structures that create inequities in access to power.
Note for users: To find detailed information on applicability and use of each thinking routine included in the collection, be sure to click on the tab marked with a paperclip.
Time Machine symbolical
I think symbolical part of this book is white flower that Wenna gives to Time Traveler. It symbolical that human's life is so fragile just as the flower, but is beautiful too. Life can withered like flower too.
Who has access to the American Dream? How do groups fight for access? How is the fight for access reflected in art and culture?
TEKS US.24B describe the impacts of cultural movements in art, music, and literature such as Tin Pan Alley, the Harlem Renaissance, the Beat Generation, rock and roll, the Chicano Mural Movement, and country and western music on American society #ethnicstudies
How have women created space for themselves in the arts and culture?
This collection features resources related to the December 5, 2019, professional development webinar, "Remaking the Rules: Exploring Women Who Broke Barriers," hosted by educators from the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery. This joint webinar is one of three in the series A Woman’s Place Is in the Curriculum: Women’s History through American Art and Portraiture. Learn how American art and portraiture can bring diverse women’s stories into your classroom, connecting with themes you may already teach. Discover strategies for engaging your students in close looking and critical thinking across disciplines. #SAAMTeach #NPGteach
This project received support from the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative. To learn more, visit the Smithsonian American Women History Initiative website. #BecauseOfHerStory
The collection about symbolism in the time period, I choose my symbolism to be fire. I choose fire because the way people fearing and using the fire changing overtime, we used fire as illumination 150 years ago, but right now we use the fire less in life. The two main concentrate time period are 1895 and 2019.
By: Tamia Morgan, Tamera Ancrum, Helen Tobi Awosika
This presentation will show you how hip hop has changed over time and how these selected artist, producers, moguls have helped elevated the game we know as hip hop.
The collection takes a look at the research question of how has the social acceptance of interracial people grown within recent historical years ever since it was made legal within the United States. I have included historical context along with some statistics and personal experiences from Interracial people.
This journal discusses the time period of how Nigerian music has evolved due to cultural changes. Within the journal you will listen and be able to see how the music has evolved and how Nigerian musicians use different types of instruments to attract a variety of audiences.
Fela Kuti the inventor/ innovator / creator of afrobeats. He gave Africans a voice during the corruption and desegregation of black people in both America and Africa. Fela went to jail at least 200 times in spite being a famous musician and died of AIDS and heart problems at the age of 58
Ever since African Americans have step foot in America it has been a trial. They have been beaten psychically, abused verbally, and isolated socially. This journal touches on a matter that til this the day the conflict is still unsolved. This journal will view the struggles between Law Enforcement and the African American community.
Throughout society African Americans have been ostracized from society and deprived of many opportunities. The reason that this is happening is because society or in other words "White America" have placed the stigma on the African American race that they are not mentally inclined for such things. This Journal views the struggles that African Americans endure of this alleged stigma.