Tag Archives: Teaching Tolerance

Summary of Learning: A Closer Look at WGST

This is my final post for my Women’s and Gender Studies project. To help me visualize my learning I created a word cloud of my most common words and the focus of my posts. First of all, I want to … Continue reading

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Teaching Intersectionality of Race and Gender in ELA A30

As I mentioned in my previous post, teaching with a Social Justice pedagogy is important to me. During my Internship, I had the opportunity to teach a sub-unit on First Nations peoples, specifically on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. We … Continue reading

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Growing Up In a Sexualized World and What To Make of It

First of all, I know that this is a taboo subject. I debated long and hard before beginning this post. I started once and deleted it. I’m an educator. Anything I say can and will be used against me, read … Continue reading

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Sex Ed or Sextortion, You Decide

Imagine you had the choice to educate others about their digital online presence. Now imagine that somewhere out there is a young girl who is being blackmailed to take photos of herself and send them to the predator or face … Continue reading

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I Don’t Need Social Justice

I don’t need social justice in my life to survive. I am a young, middle-class white woman who serves to benefit from society for no other reason than white privilege. I do not need to feel guilty about being white … Continue reading

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What is this category page?

This category serves to function as a space to collect all of my ideas about Social Justice. I will look at the “isms,” such as race, gender/sexual orientation, class, religion, exceptionalities, and so much more. I will strive to look … Continue reading

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Summary of Personal Learning: #ecmp355

Well it is hard to believe that it is the end of another semester. This one flew right by. So I guess all that’s left is to show you what I’ve learned! The following is a very basic transcript of … Continue reading

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