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2022


Self-Representation is the Message, the Message is Power

Meredith Seung Mee Buse
Keywords: artists of color, Black artists, Black gaze, ekphrastic writing, empowerment, Frederick Douglass, personal narratives, poetry, portfolios, Portraiture, self-portraits, self-representation, visual vocabulary

Exceptional Women: We See You!

Karen Brinkley
Keywords: Achievement Gap, Black joy, culturally, culturally relevant, diversity, Literature, socially transformative curation

Asian Americans in Education

Kimberly Sweeney
Keywords: Asian Americans, culturally responsive teaching, immigration, model minority

Everybody Has a Story….What is Yours?

Tasha Russell
Keywords: banned, Critical Race Theory, digital stories, personal narrative, student voice

Asian Americans in Media: Representation & Identity

Tia Larese
Keywords: Digital Learning, diversity, elementary, ELL, English language learners, Immigrant, Intercultural Classroom, Misrepresentation, Representation, social justice

Finding Your Voice… then Shouting!

Nicole Flores
Keywords: 5th Grade ELA, activism, comprehension, Novel, poetry, Research, social justice

The Immigrant Experience through Literature and History

Sarah Vieldhouse
Keywords: ELA, English, immigration, Literature Circles, Middle School, Research

Living a Values Driven Life

Regina Hastings
Keywords: ELA, Movie Analysis, Novel Analysis, Self Improvement, social justice, values, vocabulary

Cultivating our Cultural Identities

Rebecca Horner
Keywords: bilingualism, butterfly, caterpillar, Culture, EL, ESL, ESOL, ethnicity, family, Food, kindergarten, kinesthetic, parental involvement, parents, phonemic awareness, primary, social capital

Awake the Uniqueness in Me!

Dr. David L. Turner
Keywords: Barrack Obama, Black culture, Black gaze, black hair, Black history, Fredrick Douglass, James Baldwin and Tina Campt, Toni Morrison, white gaze

Sing, Unburied, Sing

Renae Curless
Keywords: American Literature, American South, Ekphrastic poetry, English Language Arts, Film analysis, Found poetry, High school English, Mississippi Delta, Moonlight, Natasha Tretheway, Parchman Prison, Sing, Unburied Sing

“Love Is The Message”*: Black Visual Art As Historically Responsive Literacy

Geoffrey Winikur
Keywords: Black gaze, Critical Race Theory, Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, Ekphrastic poetry, Historically Responsive Literacy, Visual Art

“There Must Come A Change”: School-Based Black Educational Activism in Philadelphia

Danina M. Garcia-Fuller
Keywords: 1967 Walkout, African American History, Literary Societies, rhetoric, School District History

Who Owns The Land?: The Sparrow’s Principle and Anti-Gentrification in Philadelphia

Tyriese James Holloway
Keywords: gentrification, Marita’s Bargain

Untangling Hair Discrimination

Lisa Yuk Kuen Yau
Keywords: CROWN act, Gender Bias, Hair, hair discrimination, hair laws, hairstyles, Native American boarding school, queue, race bias, tignon

Exploring Soft Robotics Through the Movie Big Hero 6

Charlette Walker
Keywords: Big Hero 6, digital literacy, English Language Arts, Google suite, robotics, soft robotics, soft robots, Technology

What does it mean to be a Migrant?: Using mentor texts to understand migration

Katherine Volin
Keywords: immigration, migration, poetry, travel

Language, Memory and Bearing Witness: Morrison as Muse for Modern Musings

Ryann Rouse
Keywords: Citing Evidence, collaborative discussion, ELA, Humanities, KWLQ charts, language, Literary Analysis, M.E.A.L. paragraphs, memoir, Memoir Writing, Reader Response Journals, Reading Circles, storytelling

Modern and Contemporary African American Women Poets

Monica Rowley
Keywords: African American, Black Poets, context, Creative Writing, form, function, language, literary devices, poetry, Women poets, women writers, Workshop

“Teaching Black visual culture through PBL”

Alla Dolderer
Keywords: African American culture, Art, Black culture, Black History month, ekphratic poems, moving pictures, photography, video clips, visual culture