Critical Thinking Skills A poster created for our English language arts and social studies departments (humanities) to use in their classroom, as well as in the library. Not-for-profit organizations are free to use it within the Creative Commons licensing parameters.
This is a terrific classroom activity to help students understand classism as a system of inequality/oppression, and to help students see how their lived-experiences as well as the experiences of their peers have been impacted by their own socioeconomic status throughout their lifetime. *Note: this activity is more effective when the students have some level of trust among one another and their are clear communication guidelines set up for discussion.
Education levels around the world...Many people ask us why we have to go "All the way to Africa to help people"? They have far less resources than you do! "The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me". Matthew 25:40
My new social works apps have taken my therapeutic sessions to a new level... I'm so excited!! Today, my students enjoyed working on the IPADS as we created Mandalas and family trees on an art therapy app. And the coolest part is it gives you a brief psychological analysis based on the colors and art strokes used by the student. Any more counseling or therapy apps I should know about?? Share!