The 1619 Project: Activities for Student Engagement

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The 1619 Project: Activities for Student Engagement

Join the Pulitzer Center education team and Share My Lesson as they present materials to support student engagement with The 1619 Project, including their lesson for Nikole Hannah-Jones's lead essay, a reading guide for the issue, and extension activities.

Now Available On Demand. Original Air Date: March 24, 2020.
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Available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

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March 2020
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Very informative and relevant!
March 2020
Great refresher!
March 2020
Enjoyed the content and thoroughly enjoyed the input from colleagues.
March 2020
Fabulous and great examples for immediate use.
March 2020
Great presentation with practical ideas for classrooms.
March 2020
The speaker was personable. Her stories were genuine and demonstrated her practical knowledge of what motivation looks like in the classroom.
March 2020
Wonderful information given. Practical I will easily be able to include this in my classroom. Thank you
March 2020
The information was very helpful and the handout is a great resource.
March 2020
This was a Great webinar! it was very easy to follow and interactive.
March 2020
Great presentation!
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Thank you and so much useful information for my future classroom.
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March 2020
Awesome webinar!!! I learned of this multi media project as it was being released and I ,for one, am so grateful for this opportunity.
March 2020
March 2020
Excellent varied presentation, easily understood and left me wanting to dig deeper. Because of RA-sourced physical disability and time constraints, the pace was fast for me. I kept up as best I could and found some survey questions and the final evaluation cut off before I finished. All in all, this is a very valauble resource. Thank you for the entire 1619 Project!
March 2020
Fantastic. My first webinar. I read Hannah Nikole-Jones' piece last summer and it just "floored" me, and when this opportunity came to learn more, I jumped on it. Now, I feel more comfortable navigating the Pulitzer web site to find the resources I will need.
March 2020
Awesome material.
March 2020
The 1619 Project resources were phenomenal, but I wished that the lesson was structured in a way that allowed for more time to delve into the actual lessons instead of spending so much time giving background information on Pulitzer Center.
March 2020
Went in with no knowledge of 1619 Project, was very pleased with the webinar.
March 2020
My question was brought up in the Q & A, which I really appreciated. The audio and video would cut out quite frequently. Great resources and really appreciate what the Pulitzer Center does.
March 2020
The webinar was a nice way to explore what the project is and what it offers. Now I just need to figure out how I will implement in my class
March 2020
It was very clear with a great balance of sharing the project origins, strategies and examples. Thank you!
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Excellent Webinar
March 2020
Great look at the 1619 Project and ways to use it in class.
March 2020
Great FREE resources. Good overview of what is available. Thank you - very well organized.
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