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#BetterTogetherCA Twitter Chat – Creating a FAIR Classroom: Ideas and Resources For Inclusive and Equitable Learning Environments

March 5, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm PST

For our March #BetterTogetherCA Twitter chat, we’ll be chatting about issues of inclusivity and equity in the classroom. This chat will enable teachers to share resources and ideas for implementing the FAIR Education Act guidelines as well how to ensure lessons include Fair Accurate and Inclusive Representations of marginalized groups.

Our co-moderators for this chat will be Meg Honey (@HistoryHoney) and Dr. Don Romesburg (@misterromesburg). Don’t miss it!

Meg Honey teaches Advanced Placement United States History at Northgate High School and serves as a Lecturer in the Kalmanovitz School of Education at Saint Mary’s College of California where she teaches in the Master of Arts in Teaching Leadership program. Meg works with local civil rights groups and is a regular moderator of the Newmakers Speaker Series where she has been featured in conversation with David McCullough, Martin Luther King III, and Michael Beschloss. She earned a Master’s Degree in United States History at San Jose State University and recently presented a lesson about the Black Panther Party at the UC Berkeley History Social Science Project and Library of Congress California and the Nation Institute. She is a certified educational trainer with the Southern Poverty Law Center and was honored as the 2017 Mount Diablo Unified School District Teacher of the Year.

Dr. Don Romesburg is an associate professor and chair in the Sonoma State University Women’s and Gender Studies Department and the founder of the SSU Queer Studies Minor. He teaches across the curriculum. Trained as a historian at UC Berkeley with interdisciplinary gender/sexuality studies emphases, he has published on early 20th-century U.S. social science, cultures, and discourses of adolescence, homosexuality, and citizenship as well as on the social and cultural history of queer and transgender performers. He is also working currently on a project related to queer transracial adoption. Don curates exhibitions for the GLBT History Museum in San Francisco and from 2012-2014 was Co-Chair of the Committee on LGBT History, an affiliate of the American Historical Association.



March 5, 2018
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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#BetterTogetherCA – Twitter