YES.

In a simple answer to this week’s blog prompt: yes. YES social activism can be meaningful and worthwhile. YES we can have meaningful discussions about social justice online. It is our duty as educators to make our students see the world beyond the classroom. In order to teach this effectively, we must first participate. As educators, … Continue reading YES.

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#Tellitlikeitis

Zach Harrell via YouTube What is Social Justice? Tabitha Dell’Angelo in her article “Creating Classrooms for Social Justice” defines it as “recognizing and acting upon the power that we have for making positive change.”The article highlights some strategies that are effective when teaching social justice in the classroom: Connecting students’ lives Linking to real-world problems and … Continue reading #Tellitlikeitis

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Blast off!

Since I made the decision to change my project idea, I have been very eager to start the process of cross-stitching! So, after watching a cross-stitch tutorial for beginner’s video on YouTube, I was able to figure out the basic materials I need in order to get organized before actually learning how to cross-stitch. I … Continue reading Blast off!

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