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Forgotten African American History: An Ongoing Discovery Part Two
This on-going course meets once a week to to learn about important people, places & events in African American history that many people may not know a lot about. Check the description for a list of topics!
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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
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This is an on-going course where learners will learn about a new topic of African American History each week! Our first few meetings will include the following topics: Week of Jan.4th-8th :African American Education Week of Jan.11th-15th :African Americans in the military Week of Jan. 18th-22nd :African Americans in and behind the scenes of Movies Week of Jan. 25th-29th :The Harlem Renaissance Week of Feb.1st-5th :Review and Kahoot! Week of Feb.15th-19th : African Americans in...
Students will walk away each week with a new piece of information about African American History.
In 2019 I earned my degree in History, one of the areas I studied was African and African American History in depth. The lasting consequences of its past plays apart of my everyday life as an African American woman. When dealing with difficult subjects I have implemented brain breaks, reflection moments for students who needed it. Therefore, at the beginning of each class I will remind students that if they need to step off camera or turn off their microphones they may do so at anytime. At the half way point and towards the end of the meeting I will check in to allow students to express their feelings either with the rest of the class or through messages.
Welcome everyone! I am so happy that you joined this class! We are going to learn about a lot in this class each & every week! Before class gets started, introduce yourself here! You can include some things like where you are from, a fun fact, and share anything that you know about African American History!
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
African American History for the most part has been cleaned of a lot of impurities. When dealing with difficult subjects I have implemented brain breaks, reflection moments for students who needed it. Therefore, at the beginning of each class I will remind students that if they need to step off camera or turn off their microphones they may do so at anytime. At the half way point and towards the end of the meeting I will check in to allow students to express their feelings either with the rest of the class or through messages. Violent/disturbing pictures and videos will NOT be shared during this class.
You can learn something new everyday!
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197 total reviews
121 completed classes
Hello! Welcome to Outschool, my name is Jada Singleton, I am 24 years old and a full time middle school teacher! My educational and personal journey is all over the place! I completed my Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Communication...