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Tulsa Massacre 1921- Unit Plans and Adaptations

Adapting this unit for use with your students I imagine that as we are upon the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre 1921 and as it is gaining a lot

Culturally Responsive Inquiry: The end of the process

In today’s post the last phases of the unit that we’ve been talking about all month will be described. Student Voice and Choice in CREATE The team saw how the

Culturally Responsive Inquiry: The Middle of the Process – Research Phases

Thanks for coming back to the blog.  In this post we’re continuing with the story of the Middle School Guided Inquiry Design Unit on -Dreamland Burning Tulsa 1921 Massacre. Today,

Silence is not kindness

This post was authored by Heather DeSchazer, @mrs_deshazer on Instagram. She is an English Language Arts Teacher at Shawnee Middle School in Shawnee Oklahoma.  This was her personal reflection as she

Dreamland Burning – The Tulsa Massacre of 1921

Last week we shared with you an overview of our sharing our Culturally Responsive Teaching example for Black History Month 2021, how teaching about race in the United States requires an

A teacher instructs just as much as they learn – Lean into your discomfort

Today’s post is authored by Literature Teacher, Morgan Schaefer @ms.schaefer20 on Instagram I want to thank Morgan for her humility and grace in sharing her reflections as a white teacher

Learning with Them: The Mindset of the Teaching Team

Today, we’re continuing the journey with a middle school team who is studying the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 with their students. I’ll be telling the story of some brave

Learning With Them: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and GId

Dr. Leslie Maniotes is on the blog, in February 2021. She’ll be talking about how to use Guided Inquiry Design as a means to accomplish Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. In November

GID – Wrap it up with 3D Science and Phenomenon

I’m so thankful that Leslie shared her expertise on designing a Guided Inquiry unit with our teacher group in DC this summer.  It changed my pedagogy and student engagement. I’m

Guided Inquiry Design Integrated with 3D Science and Storylines

What does learning look like in your classroom? This is tough to answer, as instruction and student engagement morph from year to year and class to class.  As a Science

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