Libby Wideman

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About Me

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Currently teaching Spanish levels 1 & 3 at Alexander Central Schools in Alexander, NY. Pursuing my Master's Degree in Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology. I am a person who has a big heart for others and wants to see all of my students succeed and enjoy the learning process.

Outside of school I cherish quality time spent with my friends, family, and my Siberian Husky, Nova. Walking and hiking are two of my favorite things to do. I am an aspiring Adirondack 46er and amateur rock climber, but I also thoroughly enjoy board games, card games, and a good tv show.

My Topic and Purpose

The intent of this mini-course is to teach participants how to create safe and healthy classroom environments that respect diversity. This course will focus on respect diversity as a means of creating safe and healthy classroom environments.

Learning Outcomes

The participant will be able to define diversity. The participant will be able to design instruction that promotes and respects diversity. The participant will be able to create classroom procedure that respect diversity. The participant will be able to create the conditions for all learners to feel safe and respected in the classroom.

Needs Assessment

A deeper understanding of the word diversity.

Analysis of the Learner and Context

Performance-Based Objectives

I will define course-level target objectives here.

Task Analysis

I will elaborate and analyze the objectives to identify more specific enabling and supporting objectives here.

Curriculum Map

I will map out the sequence of learning units and activities to achieve the defined objectives here.

References and Resources