Category Archives: Social Justice

October 7th, 2020 by 
Heart And Soul: The Story of America and African Americans This hybrid class will consist of three weeks self paced work and a monthly come together where students can present their favorite topics and discuss the African American stories in more depth. Taught by Alycia Wright, M.Ed. Enroll Now Class Duration: January 21-April 8 Class Size: 8-12 learners Age Range: 6-9 Total Price: $250 Full Class Description This class is a twelve week series of interactive storytelling videos where I will re-enact the chapter and include an activity to be completed during the week. Students will then choose one completed …
October 7th, 2020 by 
A Young People's History of the United States Students will engage in a thirteen-week study of the first half of A Young People's History of the United States.. This class is discussion based with a project focus. Each week, there will be guided comprehension questions that help student's get the most out of the readings. Videos suggestions will also be sent as they apply to the topic. In class, our conversations will be guided by a series of thought questions created by both the instructor and the students. At the end of the semester, students engage in a project based …
June 8th, 2020 by 
Understanding Identity: Introduction to Intersectionality Studies “Identity” is a concept that we see many people discuss and share today.  In this course, we will learn how identity is thought of, expressed, and talked about. We will also explore historical and social contexts for how people with different identities have been treated when they were not in the majority.   We will also explore the concept of "intersectionality," which is an important concept today that helps us to understand how social differences and categories affect how people live their lives. We will discuss how this concept brings together gender, race/ethnicity, LGBTQIAA+ …
June 6th, 2020 by 
World War Z and the Real World We will use the book, World War Z, as a focal point to open discussion about complex world issues. Starting with the text, we will explore the sociopolitical issues that contributed to the zombie conflict in the book, then expand our discussion to understand the real world inspirations for the topics. Taught by Sabrina Weiss Enroll in ClassWhat Makes SEA Online Classes Special Class Duration: August 31-December 18 Class Size: 3-8 learners Age Range: 14+ Full Enrollment: $360 Full Enrollment with Feedback Add-On: $400 Full Class Description We will use the book, World …