Center for the Education & Equity of African American Students (CEEAAS)

The vision of CEEAAS is to hold a prominent state, national and international leadership role in the production and dissemination of cutting-edge research on teaching effectiveness for African American students by advancing the educational and social welfare of Black students, families and communities and making research accessible to a wide variety of constituents. https://www.ceeaas.com/

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The Onset of the Civil Rights Movement
The Onset of the Civil Rights Movement

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Using 21st century skills of critical thinking and analyzing the students will use technology to examine primary and secondary sources, provide relevant feedback to peers in blog/social media setting...

A Tale of Twin Countries
A Tale of Twin Countries

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Students will compare the apartheid movement in South Africa to the civil rights movement that took place in the U.S

Genocide and Human Atrocities Around the World
Genocide and Human Atrocities Around the World

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As a start for our research unit, students partner up and choose a different genocide to research. It also serves as cross curriculum effort with Geography classes. The vast sample of events students...

Moments of Truth
Moments of Truth

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This lesson serves as an introduction to the rich legacy of South Carolina poet and cultural activist Dr. Vivian Ayers Allen. The lesson also provides students with an opportunity to apply Dr. Vivian...

Learning About Gullah Culture
Learning About Gullah Culture

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During this lesson, students will explore and learn from different resources regarding Gullah culture to support their comprehension of the African experience in South Carolina during the colonial...