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Women throughout history have had to work harder to be recognized. However, thousands of women have left their mark in the history books. Girls need to learn about these empowering women who are, unfortunately, not highlighted enough in most history curriculums. As girls come of age learning about other strong women who came before them can help them grow into strong, independent women. Strong-minded girls need to know that they are not alone and that they can do anything they want to do!...
- the fight for women's rights - specific women and their personal struggle to achieve equality in their chosen field - time periods - cultural expectations for women around the world both now and historically -current events as it affects women
In college, I received my Bachelor of Art in History, with a focus on elementary education. After college, I spent the next 20 years as a teacher in a brick-and-mortar school. I started out in the elementary setting teaching all of the subjects, but I quickly moved up to middle school where I spent a few years teaching English. Over the last decade, I was exclusively a 7th and 8th-grade history teacher. I taught Ancient History and American History. Currently, I am the Education Manager at the National Canal Museum and Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. That job allows me to create learning experiences for children of all ages. I feel very comfortable in this area and pride myself on making, what can be considered a dry subject, interesting, engaging, and relevant to the elementary and teenage person.
rocks paint or marker paints paint brush
2 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will discuss topics that affect women's rights. Violence and oppression of women as well as issues surrounding racism and religion may be brought up. I will make sure that all topics remain age-appropriate. However, girls will come away from this class understanding that we as a gender have been oppressed for centuries by men. They will also understand that women of color and minority religions were oppressed even more than Caucasian, Christian women.
Whitney E Davison
Teacher of the Humanities
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
251 total reviews
124 completed classes
Hello. My name is Whitney Davison. I am a lifelong educator in many different capacities. I taught in a brick and mortar school for 20 years. Now I am the education manager at a local history museum. In my spare time I love teaching on...