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Sat, Feb 26



Being Black in STEM

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Being Black in STEM

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Feb 26, 2022, 2:00 PM EST



About the Event

Black History Month Have you heard of gameschooling? Students love to learn through play. Game play is  a great way to motivate students to hold on to content. For this class students will 30 minutes - Learn about the topic of Black History to include decolonized information about Influential Black people in the STEM fields. First we will have a lecture for 15-20 minutes then play a friendly game of Kahoot as a fun way to make the learning stick. Students may need some help from parents to set up another device or split screen to play Kahoot. Our  African American studies courses are designed to develop an understanding of the causes, character, and consequences of the African American experience and its influence on the world, the United States, and the African American community. Beginning with a historical, geographical, social, political, economic, and cultural understanding of the African continent, the course will provide a descriptive and corrective overview which will introduce the student to the study of the African and African American experiences. Why start here? Most Eurocentric curricula begin African American history with their enslavement, completely leaving out the rich cultural history many Africans had in