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Malikai Bass M.A
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(275)
In this 9 week course, students will critically explore the history of middle ages in Europe and Anatolia. We will discuss leaders, societies, and conflict while examining a variety of primary and secondary sources including art.

Class experience

I have been studying history for 14 years as a personal interest. I attended a well-recognized teaching college studying education which included multiple courses on teaching history and social studies for diverse learners. I have also completed master's level coursework on decolonizing history in informal education settings. I have been teaching social studies online for over two years to a group of global learners. 
Learners will need a notebook, pencil, highlighters, ruler, colored pencils, and other notetaking supplies.  Learners will need project supplies which vary according to their choice of model.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
This class uses Nearpod. Learners will need to be able to click a link from the zoom chat or outschool classroom and enter their first name or initial. There are no log-ins required. 
Additionally, this class discussed historical violence and prejudice during the middle ages and briefly mentions religious ideas in a secular context needed to understand historical events such as the crusades. 
Eugene Berger, et. al. (2015) World History; Cultures, States, and Civilizations to 1500
	This text is open source and extensively rell-researched. It was compiled by a team of six professors with different backgrounds on history in the time and each chapter ends with a comprehensive list of academic resources and primary sources. 
Tompkins Community College (2018),  Boundless World History
	This college-level text is used by many academic systems and is open-source. It includes a list of academic peer reviewed and primary sources. 
The Internet Medieval Sourcebook
http://legacy.fordham.edu/Halsall/sbook.asp (collection of primary sources)
The Labyrinth
https://blogs.commons.georgetown.edu/labyrinth (collection of primary sources)
The Metropolitan Museum of Arts Open Access Collection was utilized to incoporate art as primary sources and art history as a strategy. 
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(275)
Hello, I have thirteen years of experience in education. As an eclectic academic learner, I had lots of opportunities to benefit others with my unique understanding and gifted perspective as a twice exceptional learner. I hold a master’s degree in... 
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for 18 classes
2x per week, 9 weeks
45 min

Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 11-14
3-8 learners per class

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