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Citizenship & Social Justice (11/7/22 10:30 AM EST)


Description
In this course, you will explore identity, diversity, justice, and action while answering the question “what does it mean to be a good citizen?”. Together, we will practice recognizing stereotypes and work on building empathy, respect, understanding, and connection as a way to respond to diversity. This course will run from 11/7-12/11/2022 Seminars will meet on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30-11:30 AM EST. The framework used in this class to explore social justice is created by Learning for Justice and can be found in more detail at https://www.learningforjustice.org/frameworks/social-justice-standards Instructor: Sara Brown, sbrown@pslstrive.org By the end of this course, users should be able to... 1. Identify what it means to be a good citizen 2. Develop positive social identities based on membership in multiple groups in society 3. Define what shapes our identities 4. Develop language and knowledge to accurately and respectfully describe how people (including themselves) are both similar to and different from each other and others in their identity groups 5. Respond to diversity by practicing building empathy, respect, understanding, and connection 6. Recognize stereotypes and relate to people as individuals rather than representatives of groups 7. Express empathy when people are excluded or mistreated because of their identities and concern when they themselves experience bias
Content
  • Course Overview
  • Course Overview
  • Check In
  • Seminar Information & Recordings
  • Weekly Seminars
  • Unit 1 Seminar 1: 11/8/2022
  • Unit 1 Seminar 1: 11/8/2022 pt2
  • Unit 2 Seminar 3: 11/15/2022
  • Unit 2 Seminar 4: 11/17/2022
  • Unit 3 Seminar 5: 11/22/2022
  • Unit 3 Seminar 6: Sara's Solo Short Seminar
  • Unit 1: What Does It Mean to Be a Good Citizen?
  • Unit 1 Introduction
  • Citizenship
  • Practice Being a Good Citizen
  • Social Justice Framework
  • Gathering Information About Your Community & Your World
  • Practice Your Media Literacy Skills
  • Connection, Community, & Culture
  • Unit 2: Identity
  • Unit 2 Introduction
  • Self-Awareness
  • Identity
  • Identity Development, Culture, & Community
  • My Identity
  • In-Group, Out-Group, & The Need For Belonging
  • Optional: A Story About In-Group Bias | The Star Bellied Sneetches by Dr. Suess
  • Categorizing
  • Categorizing Practice
  • Unit 3: Diversity
  • Unit 3 Introduction
  • Diversity
  • Getting Comfortable with Differences
  • Spot the Differences
  • Our Classroom Diversity
  • Diversity & Relationships
  • Unit 4: Justice
  • Unit 4 Introduction
  • What Makes Us Diverse & Discrimination
  • Biases & Stereotypes
  • Unlearning: Breaking Biases & Stereotypes
  • Systems, Power, & Privilege (clone)
  • Signs of Priviledge
  • Justice
  • This Unit is locked until 12/5/2022 100d
  • Unit 5: Action
  • Unit 5 Introduction
  • Lights, Camera, Action!
  • Bystanders and Upstanders
  • Upstander or Bystander?
  • Standing Up for Justice
  • How Do I Respond When...
  • Bringing It All Together
  • Check Out
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Completion rules
  • You must complete the units "Unit 1 Introduction, Citizenship, Practice Being a Good Citizen, Social Justice Framework, Gathering Information About Your Community & Your World, Practice Your Media Literacy Skills, Connection, Community, & Culture, Unit 2 Introduction, Self-Awareness, Identity, Identity Development, Culture, & Community, My Identity, In-Group, Out-Group, & The Need For Belonging, Categorizing, Categorizing Practice, Unit 3 Introduction, Diversity, Getting Comfortable with Differences, Spot the Differences, Our Classroom Diversity, Diversity & Relationships, Unit 4 Introduction, What Makes Us Diverse & Discrimination, Biases & Stereotypes, Unlearning: Breaking Biases & Stereotypes, Systems, Power, & Privilege (clone), Signs of Priviledge, Justice, Unit 5 Introduction, Lights, Camera, Action!, Bystanders and Upstanders, Upstander or Bystander?, Standing Up for Justice, How Do I Respond When..., Bringing It All Together, Check Out"
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever