A Usable Past: Teaching World History to Nurture Global Citizenship and Cultural Responsive Pedagogy

Your Name and Title:  Craig Perrier, Curriculum and Instruction Specialist, Adjunct

School or Organization Name:
Fairfax County Public Schools, Framingham State University

Co-Presenter Name(s):
N/A

Area of the World from Which You Will Present:
Arlington, VA

Language in Which You Will Present:
English

Target Audience(s):
Teachers, Curriculum Designers,

Short Session Description (one line):
This session explores how student use of “Scale” and “Scale Shifting” supports culturally responsive pedagogy in high school history classes

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):

This session explores how student use of “Scale” and “Scale Shifting” supports culturally responsive pedagogy in high school history classes. When used explicitly, the disciplinary practice elevates engagement with content, empowers students to think with a critical lens about the society in which they live. Participants will have the opportunity to explore a process used with teachers to build their capacity around skill, resources to use with students, and ways to implement this practice. Intentional connections between this practice and global citizenship education are made.


Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1cz_IbmMf0X954Fzbmy4ZrZVewns...

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