You are here: Home Resources EdLib Lab records

Search of EdLib Lab materials - results

58 items matching your criteria. RSS Feed
To clear your search and start over, click here.
Chicago School History Lessons 2-5 by Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce
Unit4_Boyctt_LP2.docx — Zip archive, 32Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP3.docx — Zip archive, 33Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP4.docx — Zip archive, 34Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP5.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 50Kb These lesson plans go with the Chicago School History Readings full record
Chicago School History Readings and Lesson 1 by Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce
School Struggles Short.pdf — PDF document, 14753Kb School Struggles UPDATED 10_19_13 .pdf — PDF document, 23724Kb Unit4_Boyctt_LP1.docx — Zip archive, 30Kb This is a history of Chicago public schools from a bottom-up perspective, with a particular focus on the 1963 Chicago School Boycott when more than 200,000 ... full record
Chicago School History Activities by Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce
H1_Hypothesis.pdf — PDF document, 1995Kb H2_Reading Anal.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 38Kb H3_Strategies.pdf — PDF document, 171Kb H4_Connections.pdf — PDF document, 57Kb These are activities that go with the Chicago School History reading. full record
Slavery by Encyclopedia Britannica
Encyclyopedia Britannica article on slavery. full record
10 Quick Ways to Analyze Children's Books for Racism and Sexism by Birch Lane Library
full record
The African American Experience and Issues of Race and Racism in U.S. Schools by Ithaca College WISE
List of web links, bibliography, and films related to the African-American educational experience. full record
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee: Education by American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
Educational and political resources on Arab Americans. full record
Just Think by Just Think
Resources and curricula (available for purchase) on media literacy. U Tube clips, links to online media literacy guides and youth resources. full record
1964 Mississippi Freedom School Curriculum by San Francisco Freedom School
In the summer of 1964, over forty Freedom Schools opened in Mississippi. These schools were part of Freedom Summer, a project of the Southern Civil Rights ... full record
No Human is Illegal: Discussing Immigration in the Classroom by nycore
No Human Is Illegal.pdf — PDF document, 576Kb This guide is for educators to take on the important issues that teachers and students have been tackling in their activism from INSIDE the classroom. ... full record
Unnatural Disaster: A critical resource guide for addressing the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in the classroom by NYCoRE
AnUnnaturalDisaster2-5 edit.pdf — PDF document, 4053Kb A 13 page resource guide with lessons on: a. Government Response b. Inequality c. The Two Gulf Wars d. Media Literacy and Racism e. Global/ Local ... full record
Revealing Racist Roots: The 3 R's for Teaching about the Jena 6 by Teacher Activist Groups
Revealing Racist Roots.pdf — PDF document, 961Kb The Jena 6 is much bigger than the spirit of Jim Crow being found alive and well in the South. The Jena 6 crystallizes the police violence, discrimination, and ... full record
Rethinking Columbus: The Next 500 Years by Rethinking Schools
Why rethink Christopher Columbus? Because the Columbus myth is a foundation of children's beliefs about society. More than 90 essays, poems, interviews, ... full record
Youth Camera Action: School to Prison Pipeline
This resource includes 1) the Youth Camera Action DVD, featuring three 5 min youth produced films on the School to Prison Pipeline and the over-policing of New ... full record
RACE: A Teacher's Guide by RACE Project
This teacher’s guide serves as a teaching tool to assist educators in addressing race and human variation in the classroom. The guide meets national and select ... full record
Against All Odds by United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees
"Against All Odds" is a free online video game that lets students follow a young person's flight from oppression in his or her home country to exile in an ... full record
Anti-Semitism and The Merchant of Venice: A Discussion Guide for Educators by Anti-Defamation League
A supplement for teachers presenting The Merchant of Venice to their students intended to guide an exploration of the problematic issue of anti-Semitism as ... full record
Time for Sight: The Debate over Color Blindness and Race-Consciousness in School Integration Policy by Anti-Defamation League
This secondary level lesson plan explores the 2007 Supreme Court decision on voluntary school integration plans within the broader context of the Brown v. ... full record
Looking Back Reaching Forward: Exploring the Promise ofBrown v. Board of Education 50 Years Later by Anti-Defamation League
Six secondary level lesson plans that commemorate Brown, explore the history of school desegregation in the U.S. and examine current patterns of resegregation ... full record
Responding to Violence and Hate by Anti-Defamation League
Resources and lesson plans for families and educators to help discuss hate and violence with children and youth. full record
Words That Heal: Using Children's Literature to Address Bullying by Anti-Defamation League
Discussion guides for five children's books that address bullying, a bibliography of children's literature on bullying, and information for educators about ... full record
Life and Achievements of Rosa Parks by Anti-Defamation League
A commemoration of the life of Rosa Parks that includes a brief biography of her life, a lesson plan for grades 6 and up, a list of resources for teachers and ... full record
Shirley Chisholm: Unbought, Unbossed, and Unforgotten by Anti-Defamation League
This lesson plan for middle and high school explores the life, career and ideas of Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to Congress who was a leader ... full record
Cyberbullying: Understanding and Addressing Online Cruelty by Anti-Defamation League
Lessons and resources for elementary, middle and high school students that introduce young people to information and skills about Internet communication, ... full record
Teacher's Guide for COBBLESTONE Armenian-Americans
This teacher and classroom guide provides lessons, exercises and group activities to complement instruction about the Armenian genocide, genocide denial, ... full record
Favela Rising Movie & Lessons by Teachers College
favela_rising_curriculum_final.pdf — PDF document, 524Kb This screening guide offers a 2-hour workshop agenda, or a week-long series of lessons to accompany the film "Favela Rising" on youth development work in the ... full record
Human Rights Education Lessons (in Spanish) by Teachers College
This guide has 20 lessons originally used in the Dominican Republic to focus on human rights issues in the country like racism, police abuse, sexism, child ... full record
Human Rights: By Any Means Necessary by Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute
This series of lessons help to broaden the traditional understanding of the civil rights movement from a domestic movement for political rights to a global ... full record
Classroom Resources for Inauguration Day by Teaching Tolerance
In January, 2009, Barack Obama became the first African American to serve as the President of the United States. Teaching Tolerance is pleased to release this ... full record
Beat it! Defeat it! Racist Cookies! We Won't Eat it! by New York University
Racist Bakery Lessons-Units-1.pdf — PDF document, 266Kb On Thursday, January 17th, Fox 5 News in New York City reported a story about a baker in Greenwich Village who was selling “Drunken Negro Head” cookies, yes, ... full record