This webinar explores the many questions faced by educators in the wake of the events in Parkland, Florida.
Using the experience of her Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity class, Dakota shares how she chooses to hold on to certain ideas to make her world a better place. She performs at the Facing History and Ourselves 2013 "Stand Up, Speak Out" event.
Journals can provide students with a space to process their thoughts, feelings, and uncertainties during this difficult time. Use the tips and writing prompts in this resource to help your students establish a practice of journaling.
Watch this webinar to explore teaching Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston’s powerful memoir of her family’s internment at Manzanar Internment Camp in California.
Watch this webinar where we’ll examine Ji-li Jiang’s affecting memoir of growing up during the Cultural Revolution and discuss ways to introduce the concept of memoir to your students, particularly as they grapple with a historical narrative of the Cultural Revolution.
Teacher Chris Mazzino facilitates an open-forum discussion on “The Children of Willesden Lane.”
Teacher Martina Grant leads a discussion about the music in “The Children of Willesden Lane.”
Teacher Chris Mazzino uses poetry connecting to the themes of “The Children of Willesden Lane.”