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Citizenship: Teaching Children Social Responsibility

Exploring the relationship between race, community, and social justice.

Cassandra Kounas

on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of Citizenship: Teaching Children Social Responsibility

What is community service? defining service

examples of how people serve
cause and effect- why what you do matters
starting with the classroom- building a community thinking about community as something we do
cause and effect in the context of service (using our good traits)
Making A Plan
multicultural inclusive classroom practice what you preach -acknowledge, accept and celebrate difference
ACTIVE engagement materials, lessons
with racial awareness
Citizenship and Community Service:
Teaching Children Social Responsibility

by: Cassandra Kounas Motivations student teaching experiential learning
activity school or society
where to make the change? Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 10 Plans Framework
& Process
culturally relevant pedagogy
-the little things Conclusions tough stuff
what if...? video
Why should we do community service? Project Development and Service Lesson 1
What Is Community? Lesson 2 What does it mean to be a community member?
Lesson 3 characteristics of good citizens: fairness, courage, honesty/trustworthiness, respect, compassion/caring responsibility,acceptance, self-discipline, generosity perserverence simple acts of kindness/doing the right thing Lesson 4 citizenship
“making the world a better place”
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