USING AFRICENTRIC UNITS AND LESSONS IN YOUR CORE SUBJECT
HOW TO USE PROJECT SAQQARA'S CONTENT IN YOUR CLASSES
If your school is using Project Saqqara resources, we're here to help you get the most from them to help your students achieve their best.
For your next subject-specific professional development session, invite Project Saqqara's consultants for a dynamic exploration how to use our units, lesson plans, and other activities with maximum ease and for maximum student achievement!
HOW TO COLLABORATE WITH COLLEAGUES TO USE
PROJECT SAQQARA AFRICENTRIC UNIT & LESSON PLANS
TO COMBINE CORE AND OPTION SUBJECT POTENTIAL
One of the best ways to develop a rich understanding of any topic—and learn myriad ways to apply the knowledge and deploy the skills from it—is to engage it from multiple directions.
Project Saqqara's novel units contain detailed directions and resources for exploring the historical, cultural, psychological, and scientific issues that arise in each novel. Such a wealth of explorations is possible because Project Saqqara's Africentric focus is aspirational.
Project Saqqara has curated its list of novels, memoirs, longform works, and films not only because the works are thrilling, emotionally powerful, and driven by unforgettable characters, but because their story-worlds are intellectually luxurious and multi-dimensional. In fact, many of the novels are science fiction, because that genre, more than any other, explores human experience through awe and wonder, the core mindset for inspiration and aspiration.
For your next professional development session, book Project Saqqara to learn how teachers of English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science can collaborate to help students experience the exciting challenges and rich rewards of multi-disciplinary education!
OFFERING AFRICENTRIC “BONUS MISSIONS & SIDE QUESTS”
HOW TO SPARK INTEREST IN RELUCTANT STUDENTS
AND SUPERCHARGE HIGH-PERFORMERS
USING PROJECT SAQQARA CONTENT
Few students—even the hardest-working ones—are equally invested in every single subject. And that's completely understandable, because no one is passionate about everything.
Yet passion is the emotional engine that drives people to endure difficulties and overcome obstacles up the mountain to the summit of success.
So wouldn't it be extremely convenient for you as a teacher if everyone had the same passion? That way you could simply access that one thing to motivate everyone. But that doesn't exist, right?
Unless the answer is... their own lives.
Unfortunately for most African students, North American schools have ignored or woefully misrepresented their extremely diverse backgrounds. But what if you could help those same students connect what you're teaching in English Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, and option classes... with aspirational content from their own cultures?
When you empower your students to connect your assignments to their own passions—especially ones embodying their identities—you'll help them achieve what for many of them will be an entirely new and life-changing experience: respect and appreciation for themselves and their ethnicity.
Invite Project Saqqara to your next professional development session to help you empower your students to build their own launchpads to success.
HOW TO IDENTIFY, AMPLIFY, AND LIBERATE THE BEST IN YOUR STUDENTS
Luke Skywalker had Ben Kenobi. The Karate Kid had Mr. Miyagi. Katniss Everdeen had Haymitch Abernathy. Neo had Morpheus.
Whom did you have? Whom do your students have?
While some people are lucky enough to have had a mentor, guide, or other authority figure who provided life-changing encouragement, many people—regardless of identity—never had such a blessing.
But what if you and your colleagues could develop a process to increase the likelihood of providing that transformational connection with as many students as possible... until "talent-scouting" shifts from being a happy accident to a dependable system?
Invite Project Saqqara to your next professional development session to help your staff increase its power to help all kids achieve their best selves.
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