Join us for our upcoming event!
Baltimore History and Culture: Curricula from Baltimore Educators
Educators! Want to teach your students about Baltimore during the Black Lives Matter week of action? Come learn about this curriculum created by Baltimore City School teachers. There are lessons for elementary, middle, high school and adults. The topics include: Black women, community activism, Black Butterfly and White L, from Africa to Baltimore, and more! All lessons include Common Core State Standards, as well as one or more of the 13 Principles of the Black Lives Matter Movement. The Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools is Feb 3-10, 2019. Come to the event to meet the creators of the curriculum and learn how to implement these lesson plans in your own classroom.
Wed, January 23, 2019 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Impact Hub 10 East North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21202
Dinner served at 5:00
Program starts at 5:15
Childcare provided upon request email@example.com
TDP engages teachers, parents and community members in Fellowship Projects. Fellows are working on: Restorative Practices and bullying, socially engaged curriculum, and parent power. By proactively connecting teachers, parents and community members we aim to transform school relationships, culture and the way decisions get made.
Our Advocacy Work is a result of what we hear from our fellows as they tackle issues in their schools and in response to larger national and local trends. We couple teacher and parent feedback with other research to help us advocate for better policies and practices. We attend school board meetings and host community forums around how to create more equity and inclusion in school decision making.