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Developing Empathy Through Indigenous Cultures and Stories

Grade Level Grades 3-12, Professional Development
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Join Global Oneness Project and Share My Lesson for a webinar on exploring ways to integrate indigenous cultures and stories into your curriculum and how it can help students in developing empathy.

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This session will highlight multimedia stories, told through award-winning short documentary films and photo essays, from the Global Oneness Project. Stories will highlight indigenous peoples and communities impacted by the effects of climate change, coastal living, cultural displacement, and language loss. Lesson plans will be shared along with classroom tips, strategies, and teacher examples. How can students develop empathy while learning about the world’s indigenous cultures? This question will be explored with classroom case studies.

REGISTER NOW for this webinar on developing empathy.

Available FREE 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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Global Oneness Project_Share My Lesson 2019 Webinar .pptx

Presentation
February 10, 2020
12.8 MB
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Indigenous Culture Resources.docx

Handout
February 13, 2020
0.1 MB
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st.patricks-day-ff-tg.pdf

Lesson Plan
March 3, 2021
0.2 MB
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st.patricks-day-ff.pdf

Activity
March 3, 2021
0.4 MB
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I loved learning how to incorporate storytelling in learning. Global Oneness Project has such meaningful and beautiful content, bringing individual stories from around the world into any classroom.
Susan Youssofi
March 18, 2019