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Black History: Beyond Malcolm, Rosa, and Martin
The Black/African-American community is rich in history, culture, leadership, and success. In this on-going class, I will introduce learners to moments and people they may not yet know, but certainly won't forget!
Kristina Krump M.Ed.
119 total reviews for this teacher
14 reviews for this class
Completed by 99 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
Once per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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During our time together each week I will use a variety of strategies to quickly capture student attention and deliver interesting, memorable information. I will incorporate props, video clips, music, photos, and maps as appropriate to reinforce learning. This class is perfect for learners and families of all backgrounds seeking to have a more full understanding of US History. Ideas of content: *Bessie Coleman *Black Wall Street *Dred Scott *14th Amendment *Wilma Rudolph *Henry...
New certifications 2020: *Diversity & Inclusion *Gender Equality *Inclusive Leadership I have spent my life in the skin I'm in. I am a black woman, born in 1978 raised just outside of Washington, DC by a single father, a black man from Georgia born in 1956. Lived experience, is experience in my book. *I set clear expectations to begin my classes on sensitive topics. No one is perfect, there is the potential for hurt feelings or misunderstandings. I am skilled in creating and holding a space for everyone to be themselves, share themselves authentically and learn and grow together. *Please know that in addition to being a teacher, I am a mother of three boys. I will always treat your learner the way I would want my children to be treated. I will respect everyone's unique points of view, authentically answer questions and always maintain a positive learning environment. *Finally, the lines of communication are always open with me. If you or your learner have any apprehensions prior to class feel free to send me an email. I always send a note to my learners after classes and should anything stand out as something you may want to follow up on, I will include that in my note. The recordings of class are also available to you. I would caution against watching the recording and talking to your learner about things they shared or asked if they were unaware that was a possibility prior to class. Some students, when feeling safe within the conversation, may get really vulnerable. With sensitive topics I believe transparency is important. It may or may not be important for your learner to know you will see/listen to what they asked or shared during class. So, as if inviting me into your learner's world for any class isn't requesting trust, I know that offering classes on sensitive topics ramps up the level of trust required. I am here for your learner, I am here for the collective, I will guard their hearts and expand their minds.
I will provide additional resources students may use to further explore the subject matter after class on their own, or with their families.
Pencil and paper for notes if desired. White board & dry erase pen (optional) to play games/show me questions.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kristina Krump M.Ed.Educator...At Home Mom...Unexpected Homeschooler
119 total reviews
132 completed classes
I'm Kristina...wife, mom of three boys and constant learner. I was a 2nd grade ESL teacher back in the day. I earned my graduate degree in education, yet have found I learn the most by remaining curious. I am a girly, girl at heart but have...