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Monday, June 4 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Humans of... Anytown, USA

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Inspired by the work of Brandon Stanton’s “Humans of New York” blog, which features street portraits and interviews collected on the streets of New York City, the Humans of FWCD project was created to help students gain an understanding of diversity within the school community.

This collaborative project which integrated English Language Arts, Visual Arts, Media Studies, & Social Studies was completed during the first few weeks of school. The goal of the project was multifaceted. By the end of the project students were able to:

  • Learn what it means to be a member of a culturally diverse community.
  • Better be able to find the commonalities within a diverse group of people.
  • Become better listeners so that they may understand the importance of individual experiences and stories.
  • Grow their sense of inherent kindness, and instill empathy and compassion for all members of our community.

This session will lead participants through the project as they get to experience the power of storytelling first hand while bringing back concrete examples and step by step procedures to recreate this project with their own school community.

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Mark Martin

4th Grade Teacher, Fort Worth Country Day School
Mark Martin is an educator with 26 years of experience in both public and private school settings. He understands that being an educator is all about inspiring others and tireless dedication and fortitude to ensure that each learner is successful. Teaching is a gift, an art, that... Read More →
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Alicia Schordine

4th Grade Teacher, Fort Worth Country Day School
Alicia Schordine is a dedicated educator with over 7 years teaching in an independent school setting. Specializing in curriculum development, arts integration, and project-based learning, Alicia strongly believes that a school should be a community in which all students are encouraged... Read More →


Monday June 4, 2018 12:30pm - 1:30pm
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