Books on posters. The entire book. Collective Identity Mapping.pdf. Lp1_memory.pdf. Thirteen Ed Online - Original Lesson Plans. Lp1_memory.pdf. Roadworks Steamroller Printing Festival | San Francisco Center for the Book. Date: Sunday, September 27, 2015 Time: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM Admission: Free Location: Rhode Island Street between 16th and 17th Streets in San Francisco Something for Everybody WATCH THIS VIDEO to see what ROADWORKS is all about...
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Goosebumps. The Danger of a Single Story. On the first day of spring break, a number of Jefferson students chose to attend a rally for Trayvon Martin. Wearing their hoodies, they listened to speakers connect the killings of young black men over the years—from Mississippi to Florida to our home in Portland, Oregon. Two Jefferson students, Jalean Webb and Kelsie Turner, took the microphone and talked about feeling endangered.
Kelsie brought us to tears when he said, “I wore a Ninja Turtle hoodie today because I wish I could go back to a day in time when I didn’t have to worry about these problems, to a time when I didn’t have to worry about me being an almost grown man and people feeling like they have the right to shoot me.” Black male students are endangered. The vulnerability of black males came home for me some years ago when I co-taught a handful of young, mostly African American male 9th graders. ‘Unwieldy Influences’ I read my students the beginning of a vignette essay that I wrote on the topic: ‘Just Walk on By’ So What? 3 Creative Ways to Use Google Hangouts on Air in Schools - Synergyse.
Get Google Apps News & Tips by Amy Mayer Google Hangouts is most commonly thought of as an online Skype replacement with several key benefits including avoiding a hefty download, allowing up to 15 callers in one video chat in Google Apps for Education accounts (10 for consumer accounts), and providing all possible services totally free. Add in the ability to record and broadcast, and Google Hangouts on Air becomes a spectacular tool with tons of creative possibilities. You’ll find 3 of them below as well as a tutorial on how to get started. If you have other ideas, please leave them in the comments.
I’d love to hear from you! Use Hangouts to Livestream (think graduation, award ceremonies, classroom presentations or faculty meetings.) Start your Hangout on air immediately by following the easy to understand prompts on the screen or set the Hangout to air later by clicking “Later” as seen in the image below: Next, click “Videos” to see a list of videos you’ve uploaded. Here’s a video of Mr. Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome - Theory and Book | Joy DeGruy. POST TRAUMATIC SLAVE SYNDROMEAs a result of twelve years of quantitative and qualitative research Dr. DeGruy has developed her theory of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome, and published her findings in the book Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome – America’s Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing”.
The book addresses the residual impacts of generations of slavery and opens up the discussion of how the black community can use the strengths we have gained in the past to heal in the present. WHAT IS P.T.S.S.? P.T.S.S. is a theory that explains the etiology of many of the adaptive survival behaviors in African American communities throughout the United States and the Diaspora. It is a condition that exists as a consequence of multigenerational oppression of Africans and their descendants resulting from centuries of chattel slavery.
A form of slavery which was predicated on the belief that African Americans were inherently/genetically inferior to whites. Thus, resulting in M.A.P Th. Just%20Walk%20on%20By.pdf. MHS_Literacy_Strategy_Book. Me, Myself, and I: An Identity-Themed Common Core ELA Unit | Scholastic.com. VM0132Middle.pdf. Chapt5_eng.pdf. Harvard Education Publishing Group - Home. Jacy Ippolito, Jennifer L. Steele, and Jennifer F. Samson As I see it today, the ability to read awoke in me some long dormant craving to be mentally alive. —Malcolm X As editors of the Harvard Educational Review, a journal that is read by a broad range of education researchers, policymakers, and practitioners, we aim to address topics that are timely and have central importance to the field. In deciding to devote a Special Issue of the journal to the topic of adolescent literacy, we thought carefully about the role of literacy within the broader enterprise of education, and we asked ourselves two main questions: First, why literacy?
And second, why adolescent literacy in particular? Our answer to the first question was straightforward: If knowledge is power, then literacy is the key to the kingdom. Given the importance of literacy to a free society, it is no surprise that among the “three Rs” of formal schooling — reading, ’riting, and ’rithmetic — the first two emphasize literacy.