Feb. 25, 2019

Going Beyond Black History Month - PC021

Going Beyond Black History Month - PC021

Ken Shelton returns as we discuss multicultural education and what’s right and wrong with Black History Month.


Ken Shelton returns as we discuss multicultural education and specifically, what’s right and wrong with Black History Month. We will discuss movies on the topic of equity/multiculturalism we recommend for you!

Extra Credit: Ken Shelton

Jeff:

Ken:

  • Bill Pickett and Bass Reeves
  • Bessie Stringfield
  • Mary Church Terrell
  • Black Wall Street
  • Read thoroughly Letter From A Birmingham Jail

Donnie: Multicultural Education at the Elementary Level
“Soundtrack for a Revolution”

 

Jesse: Experiences/Thoughts - Book: Random Family

Best/Favorite Movie(s) About Civil Rights/Race/Multiculturalism

Jesse: Boyz N The Hood, Straight Outta Compton, Hoop Dreams,

Jeff: Do the Right Thing (problem of equating white issues to non-white), Real Women Have Curves,

Docu: 13th, Eyes on the Prize

Donnie: We Shall Remain :

https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/weshallremain/

Ken: Malcolm X, Docu 13th, Docu I am not your negro, What Happened Miss Simone, Selma, Mention The Six Day Race

Issues of the White Savior - Ken
Common Sense Media: Black History Movies that Tackle Racism (middle school and older)

Something Useless Donnie Found on the Internet

http://www.beesbeesbees.com

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Kenneth Shelton

Educational Strategist, Consultant, Speaker and Designer

Ken (He/Him/His) currently holds an M.A. in Education with a specialization in Educational Technology as well as New Media Design and Production. He has worked as an Educator for over 20 years and spent most of his classroom experience teaching technology at the Middle School level. As a part of his active involvement within the Educational Technology community, Ken is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, and a Google Certified Innovator. Ken has worked extensively at the policy level with a number of State Departments of Education, Ministries of Education, non-Profits, and was appointed to the Education Technology Task Force formed by a previous California State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ken regularly gives keynotes, presentations, consults, and leads workshops, covering a wide variety of Educational Technology, Equity and Inclusion, Anti-Bias/Anti-Racist, Multimedia Literacy, Cultural Intelligences, Visual Storytelling, and Instructional Design topics. Ken is the ISTE Digital Equity PLN 2018 Excellence Award winner. Due to his extensive and broad impact Ken has also been named by EdTech Magazine as an influencer to follow.