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Laura Wood

Teachable Moment - free lesson plans and topical activities for k - 12 - 6 views

    So rad!

    Social Justice lesson plans on current events. AHHHHH!!!
    I looked through a few. Looks like they just have articles and then questions on them. So they'll pick a topic and then amass a number of readings on it and write critical thinking questions.

    So rad. One of the lessons is how to teach Freire to 5th graders. I'm in love!

    Happy Thanksgiving!
    This is awesome and perfect for one lesson in my curricular unit..thanks a bunch!
Laura Wood

Rethinking Schools Online - 0 views

  • Check out these Rethinking Schools Publications
    • Laura Wood
      Rethinking schools offers some fantastic resources for teachers. The Rethinking Globalization text has activities for all ages to start making students aware of the global nature of our lives and to help them to take action instead of being passive consumers of world goods/culture.
    • Laura Wood
      Articles, resources, and publications from teachers and educators that subscribe to critical pedagogy. The information is based in opinion, theory, historical documents, and cool lesson plans and curriculum ideas.
      I recommend checking out the articles that are here, and checking out some of their publications from a library (or from me, I have "Rethinking Globalization").
  • Just For Fun
    • Laura Wood
    Rethinking Schools is an organization committed to equity and to the vision that public education is central to the creation of a humane, caring, multiracial democracy. While writing for a broad audience, Rethinking Schools emphasizes problems facing urban schools, particularly issues of race. Rethinking Schools tries to balance classroom practice and educational theory. It is an activist publication, with articles written by and for teachers, parents, and students. It also addresses key policy issues, such as vouchers and marketplace-oriented reforms, funding equity, and school-to-work.
    This is my go-to site! Thanks for posting it!
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