The Rainbow Revolution: A LBGTQ+ History
There has been no time in human history when those outside society's gender and sexuality norms existed; this is a brief look at the terminology, role models and contributions of the LGBTQ+ community in history.
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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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From conquerors to composers and artists to activists, there has been no time in human history when those outside society's gender and sexuality norms existed; the purpose of this class is to acknowledge and recognize their struggles and contributions. Recordings of each session will be available to review for those students unable to attend Live meetings as well as for those whose caregivers would prefer to participate with their learner at a later time; cameras do not need to be left on...
This class is taught in English.
Topics, biographies and vocabulary terms are aligned with the National Standards for History (https://phi.history.ucla.edu/nchs/world-history-content-standards), National Social Studies Standards (https://www.socialstudies.org) and Common Core English Language Arts Standards (http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy).
I am a graduate of Charleston Southern University with a Bachelors in Elementary Education and History and currently am certificated in Elementary, Early Childhood, and Early Childhood Special Education. As a member of Learning for Justice, I am up-to-date on current issues and best teaching practices in order to align my classroom for the goal of to inform accurate details in a fun learning environment where children and youth feel respected, valued and welcome participants. Professional Development Webinars Include: () Prejudice Reduction and Collective Action: Integrating the Anti-Bias Framework into All Disciplines (Rights & Activism / Instruction) () Equity Matters: Confronting Implicit Bias (Bullying & Bias / School Climate) () How Does a Government Create an Environment That Can Lead to Genocide? (Human Rights / Anti-Racism) () Educating for Hope: Human Rights Education & Trauma Informed Instruction (Human Rights / Anti Racism) () Race Relations on Intrepid Post World War II (Human Rights / Anti Racism)
1 file available upon enrollmentA Glossary of LBGTQ+ is sent upon registration at give everyone a common link of reference.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The approach of this class is historical and thus expresses no personal viewpoint or option from the facilitator; time is allotted at end of each session for any situations that may have need extra discussion or clarification. The language used to describe people's identities matters but is difficult when applying terminology and constraints to past actions, situations and people; a Glossary of LBGTQ+ is sent upon registration at give everyone a common link of reference. This course does, however, acknowledges the fallibility of modern labeling to historical events and figures and will make no statement of anyone's gender or sexual preference unless historically documented. The classroom environment itself is designed to reflect and honor diverse identities with time given to address and/or discuss any situations or clarification that may arise using the instructional strategies provided by the Learning for Justice's Teaching Tolerance toolbox (https://www.tolerance.org/classroom-resources/teaching-strategies). Information presented in the topics are "matured" themed and may be sensitive material for some learners. These include but are not limited to shifting cultural and societal norms (e.g., underlying prejudice and overt hate), discriminatory practices (e.g., racism, sexism, homophobia), and human rights violations (e.g., war crimes, genocide). Any pictures used to relate key concepts, vocabulary, timelines, and other information will be non-descriptive and taken from the Britannica (https://www.britannica.com/).
Articles and Books: Gay & Lesbian History for Kids: The Century-Long Struggle for LBGT Rights by Jerome Pohlen. Chicago Review Press, 2016. Queer There and Everywhere by Sarah Prager. HarperCollins, 2017. Rainbow Revolutionaries by Sarah Prager. HarperCollins, 2020. Understanding and Teaching U.S. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History by Leila J. Rupp. University of Wisconsin, 2017. "Why Won't You Just Tell Us the Answer?" Teaching Historical Thinking in Grades 7 - 12 by Bruce A. Lesh. Stenhouse, 2011.
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Hello! My name is Janie. I am a graduate of Charleston Southern University with a Bachelors in Elementary Education and History, and am currently certificated in Elementary, Early Childhood, and Early Childhood Special Education. As a member of...