Teaching Students Not Subjects

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"Education, at its best, broadens students’ view of the world and their place in it." Denise Fawcett Facey
 
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By Teaching Students Not Subjects
8 interactive assignments: 4 classroom activities and 4 research projects, connecting students to the world at large. These assignments integrate the five themes of geography (location, place, human and environment interaction, movement and region)
Subjects:
Social Studies - History
Grades:
7th, 8th, 9th
Types:
Projects, Rubrics, Cultural Activities
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Apply students’ knowledge of place, movement, and human and environment interaction to a specific country as students research the climate, economy, crops, culture and traditional foods, ultimately preparing and presenting the food of the chosen
Subjects:
Geography
Grades:
9th
Types:
Activities, Cooperative Learning, Cultural Activities
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This project generates three products: a research/interview paper, a family crest and a graph. Each student discovers his or her family heritage, via interviews with family members along with research, to write about the family's countries of
Subjects:
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, Geography
Grades:
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Projects, Fun Stuff, Cultural Activities
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This activity requires two class periods. After the teacher has taught basic map skills, including the function of the compass rose and map legend, this activity introduces students to the concepts of place and location via mapping. Each student
Subjects:
Social Studies - History, Geography, Critical Thinking
Grades:
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
Types:
Activities, Internet Activities, Cooperative Learning
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Develop students’ understanding of human influence on the environment by selecting an environmental problem on which the entire student body will collaborate to solve the problem over the course of a school year.
Subjects:
Geography, Gifted and Talented, Critical Thinking
Grades:
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Cooperative Learning
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This current events assignment is designed to be recurrent throughout the semester. Demonstrating the link between concepts learned in class and global events currently occurring in the world, it requires students to research, interpret and
Subjects:
Geography, Gifted and Talented, Critical Thinking
Grades:
9th
Types:
Internet Activities, Cooperative Learning
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

While teaching students in grades seven through twelve has been my primary focus—specifically in core social studies courses and electives, including AP courses—I have also had the pleasure of conducting workshops for teachers on the topics of diversity and multiculturalism in the classroom as well as on methods for teaching AP Psychology.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I’ve always had a passion for knowing my students as individuals, making education more personally relevant and engaging for them. It's not enough to convey content, but rather to help students become the best version of themselves. Putting my central focus on the whole student—their academic, emotional, social, and even physical needs—I refrain from having students seated quietly in rows, listening to a lecture. Instead, I like to create an interactive and vibrant classroom atmosphere that celebrates the individuality of each student, eliciting their talents and gifts, sparking discussion and provoking students not only to discover new concepts but new aspects of themselves as well, to create, innovate and collaborate. That’s real learning.

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