Paula Marks Bolton's story:

Paula's story

Feel free to share links to web resources related to the content of our seminar.

Here is the Wiki I (Beth Nelson) created for Montcalm ISD on the Common Core and related Professional Development
WIKI LINK


Standards Resources:
Common Core Standards
ISTE/National Education Technology Standards

A Class Divided
In 1968 after the killing of Martin Luther King, Jr., Jane Elliott divided her third-grade class into groups of blue-eyed and brown-eyed group and gave them a direct lesson in discrimination.


Lewin/Schein's Change Theory
A one-page overview of Change Theory, with references to other sources.


Capturing Kids' Hearts
Includes questions for a Social Contract, as well as other ideas for creating a climate of civility in schools.


Poetry of Resilience
Poetry of Resilience is a documentary about six international poets who individually survived Hiroshima, the Holocaust, China's Cultural Revolution, the Kurdish Genocide in Iraq, the Rwandan Genocide, and the Iranian Revolution. These six artists, including Li-Young Lee, present us with a close-up perspective of the "wide shot" of political violence. Each story is powerful, though the film's strength comes from its collective voice: different political conflicts, cultures, genders, ages, races -- one shared human narrative. This is a link to the trailer.


9/11 Resources:


9/11 Timeline and Additional 9/11 Materials
History.com has a good variety of videos and other resources about the events of 9/11


"The Price We Pay" by Adam Mayblum
A personal narrative by a man who made his way out of the WTC before the tower he was in collapsed. Mayblum began writing this September 12, 2001, and is believed to be the first polished, formally published survivor account.


"Word On the Street" by Richard Price
A personal narrative about life in New York City on the day of the attacks and in the month afterward. Appeared in The New York Times Magazine in November 2001.


"On September 11, Final Words of Love" - CNN
Phone calls made from victims and survivors of the 9/11 attacks.