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This fun and engaging role play, based off of Dr Seuss' classic story "The Sneetches", will help build community in your classroom. Whether you are looking to begin a discussion on bullying, prejudice, or even segregation and civil rights, this
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Role plays allow students to experience history, and build their own picture of what happened in the past. They also build empathy for other people. This role play asks students to think about the choices faced by Americans during the Great
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This is a geography companion to study of the causes of World War I. Students will use a provided text to create a map of nine European empires as they existed in 1914. Included in this set is a reading to guide students' work, directions for the
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Vocab is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious. Allow students to create their own conceptual knowledge related to a variety of types of maps, while engaging actively with a group. They will explore their own ideas of the concepts, so
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Vocab is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious. Allow students to create their own conceptual knowledge of terms related to the Great Migration. This activity would also fit well early in a unit on the Harlem Renaissance. The activity
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Vocab is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious. Allow students to create their own conceptual knowledge about terms relating to the Haitian Revolution, while engaging actively with a group. They will explore their own ideas of the
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Vocabulary is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious for teachers and students. This activity is not only fun and engaging, but it also makes vocabulary meaningful for students. Never dread vocab days again! Students use images to create
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Vocab is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious. Allow students to create their own conceptual knowledge about the causes of World War I, while engaging actively with a group. They will explore their own ideas of the concepts, so that
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Vocab is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious. Allow students to create their own conceptual knowledge about the concepts related to the Scramble for Africa, while engaging actively with a group. They will explore their own ideas of
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Vocab is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious. Allow students to create their own conceptual knowledge about concepts essential to the Cold War, while engaging actively with a group. They will explore their own ideas of the concepts,
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Vocab is essential, but it is also often boring and tedious. Allow students to create their own conceptual knowledge of terms related to Iran during the Cold War. These words will set them up to study the CIA sponsored coup d'etat, as well as the
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Get your students engaged with demographic information, and creating their own maps! With this activity, students will use the CIA World Factbook to explore demographic information. They will work with a topic of their choice, and have a chance to
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Geography and geography skills sometimes get a bad rap as being too basic, boring or reliant on rote memorization. That doesn't have to be the case! this activity takes what could be a boring activity asking students to memorize the features of a
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught every grade from 7th-12th. I started my teaching career in New York City, before moving back to my hometown of Minneapolis, where I've been living and teaching for the last five years. I've worked on published curriculum development projects with professors at New York University, and SUNY New Paltz. I've also presented at a number of workshops and conferences, including the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, and the Minnesota Association of IB Schools.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that social studies is essential for our students. Social studies teaches the critical thinking skills necessary for them to be life long learners. To that end, I believe in a constructivist approach to education that pushes students to build their own knowledge and historical thinking skills.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Steinhardt Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning NEH Summer Scholar, 2015

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a BS in Social Studies Education from NYU's Steinhardt School. I'm also experienced with International Baccalaureate curriculum development.

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