Enter an Archive of 6,000 Historical Children’s Books, All Digitized and Free to Read Online

Source: http://www.openculture.com/2016/08/enter-an-archive-of-6000-historical-childrens-books-all-digitized-and-free-to-read-online.html We can learn much about how a historical period viewed the abilities of its children by studying its children's literature. Occupying a space somewhere between the purely didactic…

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Show Don’t Tell: Decolonize your classroom, syllabus, rules, and practices

Source: https://liberatedgenius.com/2018/decolonize-your-syllabus/?fbclid=IwAR1kYg4JO8E_ZooKAvkXrBH7yGtWgCDVtMMgVSmxT3qEvF71ipblUTnh2fM Sep 13, 2018 You say you are trying to be socially just? How? Does your classroom, curriculum, rules, and actions match your words? What are you doing to…

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Revealing the Unwritten Obstacles Faced by Academics of Color

How Dr. Patricia Matthew is Bringing Exclusionary Practices into the Light By Lakshmi Ramgopal May 9, 2017 Source: https://lithub.com/revealing-the-unwritten-obstacles-faced-by-academics-of-color/ In 1849, Charles L. Reason became the first Black scholar to teach at…

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