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Middle School US History Semester Class Section 3 of 3 - Flexible Pay Available

U.S. History: Reconstruction-Current Times, for Ages 13-18 (Semester-Long)

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Stephanie Fogarty M.Ed. & Ed. Spec.
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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(556)
In this 14 week class, we will explore U.S. History from Reconstruction through current times.

Class experience

US Grade 9 - 12
Beginner Level
Learners will:
-Improve their understanding of U.S. History and develop a stronger sense of analysis and discussion.  
-Analyze how technological innovation has affected economic and social developments.
-Explain how different group identities, including racial, ethnic, class, and regional identities, have emerged and changed over time.
-Analyze causes and effects of migration and patterns of settlement in the United States.
-Reflect on how popular movements, reform efforts, and activist groups have sought to change American society and institutions.
-Explore how cultural interaction, cooperation, competition, and conflict between empires, nations, and peoples have influenced political, economic, and social developments in North America.
I am a certified social studies teacher with over 15 years of experience teaching learners ages 6-18+.
I focus on inclusive, differentiated, & individualizing lessons to meet the needs of learners.  I hope to support all learners, including those who are struggling and/or students who need more challenge.  I have a BA in Political Science, a MA in Secondary Education, and an Ed Spec degree in Educational Technology.  I use online technologies in effective and creative ways to enhance the learning process and increase motivation of learners.  
If a parent has any questions about my education and/or qualifications, or about any aspect of a class- please message me!
Homework Offered
Multiple optional activities will be provided for learners to explore and review the topics outside of the "live" classes. It is recommended that learners consult with their adults regarding what the expectations are regarding completion of these items.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Formative assessment will be ongoing. Unit assessments and/or project options can be included, as well as an end-of-class review guide, summative final exam (and answer key). If wanting assessments or a grade for the class, please communicate with me at the beginning of our class.
Grades Offered
I will provide the optional note-taking guide (student guide), and overview (with optional review and extension activities).
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
The history of the United States course is exciting, interesting, and will undoubtedly include sensitive subjects- as is true of all history when including multiple viewpoints.  I will work hard to ensure discussion remains age-appropriate and pro-actively contact parents if any questionable situations occur.  Examples of sensitive topics include racism, sexism, elitism, land-theft, European-centric ideals, and immigration controversy.
I've taught this class for many years in brick and mortar format and will provide similar judgment and communication regarding issues.
Given the sheer breadth of this course, it would be unreasonable to list all sources used in the development of this course.  Please know that I am a certified, experienced, and qualified social studies teacher, with 15+ years of experience. All of the sources I've consulted and any that I would recommend to learners will be reputable and based on historical research.  A large variety of sources will be included in this course.

Outschool works hard to ensure that classes include multiple viewpoints and provide high-quality content, however, class design and content is commonly stolen by other teachers/organizations, so I am hesitant to provide more detail regarding my sources or how I incorporate them. Great effort has gone into designing this class and incorporating a large variety of resources and materials. Therefore, I am providing a general list of sources that I use, but not the specific resources, and any adult (or learner) needing more details about the sources used for class content can contact me and I'm happy to share more specifics. 

Sources:
Zinn Education Source
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
PBS Learning Media
iCivics
MET Museum
Google Arts & Culture
National Geographic
Smithsonian
History.com
Crash Course
National Park Service Educational Resources
National Museum of American History Resources
Library of Congress
Bill of Rights Institute
EyeWitness to History
Sarah Vowell

Meet the teacher

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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(556)
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I'm a mother of 3, certified teacher, and life-long learner.  I believe learning should be fun and teaching is my passion!

Hello from Indiana!  I have a B.A. in Political Science, a M.A. in Secondary Education (Social Sciences) and an Ed.... 
Group Class

$140

for 14 classes
1x per week, 14 weeks
50 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
Ages 13-18
3-9 learners per class

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