Racism history for African Americans in a quick picture. The picture shows what racism with African Americans has been like with simple stats. Although it does not describe the individual suffering it does show that change is still happening. Racism is deeply rooted and has been evolving but with a position if power belonging to a African American man there is still a chance for real change.
Eye On Education - Routledge
PBS Movies and Lesson Plans
Free lesson plan on Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela ESL Lesson Plan And Challenge | ESL Library Blog
Slain college student: "Bullets are getting closer". Dionte Maxwell had just returned from Rockford College in the spring of 2013, and was a...
Money as You Grow
Why are games good for learning?
Empathy/Kindness Lesson... read a short story, tearing off pieces of the heart. After the story, lead a discussion about putting the heart back together, and ask students about kind things they can do for others. As they discuss acts of kindness, pick the pieces off the floor. Then glue the pieces on a poster as a reminder to have a kind heart.
Dr. Jean & Friends Blog: August 2011
Great Activity to do with older kids (I first did it in Gr.12 Outdoor Ed.)--Everyone in the group has to keep 2 fingers on the tent pole at all times. The goal is to bring the pole off the ground to a certain height without anyone taking their fingers off the pole. (Could go from a certain height then to the ground.) If someone's finger comes off, the group must re-start. TEAMWORK
Do your kids need a little help in the Empathy department? 5 bloggers got together to explore Empathy through several different perspectives ; role play, crafts, art history, service, and emotion cards.
Teaching Empathy through Role Play - The House of Hendrix
Creating Community ~ Lesson Plans