Felicia Coohill Mini-Course: Virtual Passport Around the World!

🗺Virtual Passport Around the World!🗺

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Introduction

What if you could explore the world without leaving your classroom? Well, with technology being so prominent in our society, this has become entirely possible. The purpose of this course is to guide educators on how to explore the geography, history, government, and culture of countries around the world with the assistance of technology in order to create a culturally responsive classroom.


Components of this course will include the following:

✧ What is culturally-responsive pedagogy?

✧ What is the theory and practice behind culturally-responsive classroom environments?

✧ How can we use technology to create a culturally-responsive classroom?

✧ How can we assess culturally-responsive learning?


By partaking in this course, learners will be able to:

🌍 Identify the components of a culturally-responsive classroom.

🌎 Analyze the theories and practices behind culturally-responsive learning.

🌏 Examine a curriculum map of culturally-responsive teaching in practice.

🌍 Design content to create a culturally-responsive classroom of their own.

🌎 Develop an assessment to evaluate whether or not culturally-responsive learning objectives have been met.

Unit 1:Culturally-Responsive Pedagogy

Performance Objective: What is culturally-responsive pedagogy?

Unit 2: Theory and Practice

Performance Objective: What is the theory and practice behind culturally-responsive classroom environments?

Unit 3: Media & Technology

Performance Objective: How can we use media and technology to create a culturally-responsive classroom?

Unit 4: Assessment

Performance Objective: How can we assess culturally-responsive learning?