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Overview: Students read about the interplay between Gentrification and Class in the U.S. Lesson from Lenses Unit, Close Reading #9. Lesson includes: 1. Student packet with a Do First Activity, Close Reading and Text Dependent Questions, Extension
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Overview: In this lesson students explore what dehumanization means by learning about the man Otta Benga being put on display at the Bronx Zoo in the early 1900’s. Lesson includes: 1. Student print & go packet with a Do First Activity, Close
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Overview: In this lesson students discover how whiteness was socially created to seperate Black African slaves from poor indentured European servants living in the Colonies. Lesson includes: Student packet with a Do First Activity, Close Reading
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Overview: In this lesson students learn about how drug laws have traditionally been used to discriminate against people of color in the U.S. Lesson includes: 1. Student packet with a Do First Activity, Close Reading and Text Dependent Questions,
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Overview: This unit provides an introduction to race and whiteness. This unit is not meant to be an exhaustive lifelong study of race, but a beginning step for students to understand the five races in America and the systems of oppression that
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Ever wonder why the term “White Trash” is racialized? Check out this Print & Go lesson plan where students learn about the intersection of race and class through an analysis of Carrie Buck’s story. Lesson includes: 1. Student packet with a Do
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Overview: This unit covers the topic of intersectionality from its creation by Kimberlé Crenshaw to how an interactional analysis applies to different systems of oppression, including pay gaps, classism, homophobia, genderism, sexism, and
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Overview: This is an introductory unit that provides students with a framework to view the world. It lays the foundation for students to develop their race, class, gender, and intersectional lenses to analyze the world. It also provides in-depth
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Overview: This unit provides a foundational understanding of economics and economic systems in order to lead students to an understanding of what "class" actually means, and how "class" relates to systems of oppression. Terms covered by this unit
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Overview: Read Alicia Garza's (co-founder of Black Live's Matter) account about how intersectionality has played out in the Black Lives Matter movement. Lesson from Intersectionality Unit - Close Reading #10. Included: 1. Student packet with a Do
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Overview: This unit provides an introduction to gender studies. It begins by reviewing the complexities of unpacking biology and social construction, and then dives into hetero-patriarchal systems of oppression. Close reading lesson topics include
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Overview: Students define and explore the effects of Toxic Masculinity in relation to current events like Locker Room Talk and sports. Lesson from Unit 4: Gender, Close Reading #9. Lesson includes: 1. Student packet with a Do First Activity, Close
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Over 10 years in the classroom

MY TEACHING STYLE

Cooperative Learning

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

"Re-Imagine Education recognizes all education as inherently political. As teachers with years of experience in teaching and activism, they are committed to helping students develop the competencies of self-knowledge, multicultural awareness, critical social analysis, and sociopolitical engagement. Their ultimate goal is to support all students and enable them to act against social injustice in their lives and future professions. This is a courageous and compassionate undertaking and I have the utmost confidence that Re-Imagine Education is up to the task. If I had a school-aged child, I would settle for nothing less than the excellence Re-Imagine Education brings to the leveraging of education as a tool of transformation." - Robin DiAngelo, PhD educator and author of White Fragility: Why It's So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism.

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The mission of Re-Imagine Education is to build curriculum that nurtures highly skilled critical thinkers capable of and motivated to be truth-tellers and change makers in the world.

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