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World Cultures and Geography - The Americas (FLEX)
A FLEX class of the 2nd in a 5-part series covering Western and Eastern Hemisphere World Cultures and Geography.
Ideally, learners need to have completed Geography Intro (Part 1) live or via a flexible option to participate fully in this class. Learners can expect interesting lecture-style classes using slides and videos with a follow-up assignment each week to take the learning outside the classroom. A lecture will be posted twice a week for learners to watch. In between classes vocabulary sheets, activities, discussion questions, additional videos and quizzes will be posted for learners to interact...
I am a National Geographic Certified Educator with global experience and a Master's Degree. I have lived and taught in 3 different countries. I'm excited about the opportunity to share my love of cultures and geography with learners. I'm an enthusiastic teacher and plan my classes to include practical educational experiences. As a youth worker and project-based educator by training and experience, a lover of history and a voracious reader, this seemed like the perfect fit for me. I have over 10 years experience bringing complex (and frankly sometimes boring) topics to life for learners ages 11-18. I'm excited to explore our history together, through novels and historic facts, and to create a learning experience that is engaging and creates enthusiasm for the subject. I have a Master’s of Arts in Youth Work and Community Development from DeMontfort University in Leicester, England. Courses covered included Theory and Practice of Youth Work (how to work effectively with teens and tweens), Theory and Practice of Community Development (how to empower community members to achieve their goals), Social Disaffection and Exclusion in Youth Work (how young people, and other marginalized groups, are excluded in society), Research Methods (ethical research standards) and Anti-Oppressive Practice (understanding the internalization of oppression at the personal, cultural and social levels in society). My degree also included practical field work in youth work and community development and a dissertation. In addition to having my Master’s degree I have a personal interest in Geography and History and working with marginalized groups, including underserved youth in the UK, Rwandan refugees and the youth in public housing communities in the US. I have travelled extensively worldwide and lived in different cultures taking my Geographical understanding beyond the textbook. I have the research skills from my Master’s to do ethical and complete research to go beyond the “classic history” to find out the real story by using texts that include BIPOC authors. I have the experience and knowledge to handle questions and these subjects in an age appropriate, historically accurate and sensitive way. For one time and multi-week classes I provide a 10% discount (please contact me for discount) for: Returning students from my previous classes Outschool teacher's children Siblings who both register for the same class
4 files available upon enrollmentThis course is being drawn from facts from a World Cultures and Geography curriculum. Any informational materials needed by students will be provided by the teacher. A student may need to do research on their own to complete an assignment but information will be freely available on safe websites such as YouTube, Google Earth and National Geographic. Students may need to access items for practical projects such as poster board, computer paper, writing and drawing utensils, glue, etc.
Enslavement is discussed in the context of the colonization of America by Europeans. The basics of enslavement, the Middle Passage and the Transatlantic Slave Trade is covered during this class as well as the genocide and enslavement of indigenous peoples throughout the Americas. This will be taught in a way that focuses on decolonization approach to the curriculum and historical education.
Meet the teacher
About Me: I'm “The Traveling Teach!” I am on a 7 year, 50 state road trip of the US with my husband, Stephen, who is from the UK and our little dog, Truffles. Personally, I love traveling, reading, writing stories, photography and all things...
$10weekly or $50 for 5 weeks
Completed by 2 learners
No live video meetings