This video shows a high school class using the Gallery Walk strategy to consider images of monuments and memorials before embarking on an "Action Project."
Graffiti Boards are a shared writing space where students record their comments and questions about a topic. This video shows a high school class using this strategy as a brainstorming tool in preparation for their "Action Project."
In this video, students participate in a Socratic seminar centered on the essential question, "How do our personal stories influence how we fight for justice?" They consider the personal stories of civil rights activists Yuri Kochiyama and Angela Davis.
In this video, the teacher uses the Two-Column Note-Taking strategy with his students to help them organize their thoughts and emotional responses as they listen to recorded survivor testimony. This strategy gives students literal space to process their emotional responses to challenging material.
In this video, students discuss the idea of “we and they.” They reflect on the snap judgements they make about others and consider how others might make quick calculations about them. Concepts of membership, belonging and stereotypes are addressed.
Survivor and witness testimonies help students empathize with the human and inhuman dimensions of important moments in history. In this video, students view, react to, and discuss first-person accounts of the Holocaust.
This webinar explores how to facilitate open and respectful classroom conversations about gender identity.