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Monstrous History Society: Explore Geography, Sociology and Politics as Kaiju

Explore the stories behind your favorite movie monsters, learn how they can help you better understand world history, and then create horrifying monsters of your own!
Benjamin Corey's Creative Curriculum Cooperative
4400 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 28 learners
year old learners
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Charged weekly
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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Class Experience

Teacher Jamie has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Georgia State University, and has been credentialed to teach social studies by the state of Georgia. He has over 5 years of experience teaching world history and geography to learners both abroad and in the public school systems of the USA. He has deep experience in diverse classrooms leading discussions of historical and political issues and ensuring that all voices are head and respected. 
Learners are encouraged to finish their monsters over the course of each week and share them with the club, but this is not required. 
 1 file available upon enrollment
- Something to draw with - Something to draw on
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
While history is filled with fascinating stories, there are events that can be upsetting for some learners. Teacher Jamie has years of classroom experience navigating these difficult subjects with compassion and objectivity. Learners can expect to share their own perspectives in a respectful, safe environment that is inclusive of all learners, regardless of their socio-economic status, race, ethnicity, sexuality and gender identity. Learners that engage in abusive or harmful behavior directed at other learners will immediately be removed from the discussion. 
 World Content History Standards: https://phi.history.ucla.edu/nchs/world-history-content-standards/

Many moments in history deal with the realities of discrimination based on race, sexuality, gender identity, and religion. Discussions of the topics follow the guidelines of the UCLA Public History Initiative and can be examined here: 
Historical Comprehension: https://phi.history.ucla.edu/nchs/historical-thinking-standards/2-historical-comprehension/
Historical Analysis and Interpretation: https://phi.history.ucla.edu/nchs/historical-thinking-standards/2-historical-comprehension/
Historical Issues: https://phi.history.ucla.edu/nchs/historical-thinking-standards/5-historical-issues/

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Benjamin Corey's Creative Curriculum Cooperative
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Create to learn, learn to create
4400 total reviews
2849 completed classes

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We are the Creative Curriculum Cooperative, a group of educators passionate about making learning exciting and engaging. Our classes explore dynamic ecosystems, investigate lost civilizations, and build mythologies. We believe that the world is... 
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