Hi, welcome to 🦋 liberatory references! I'm glad you're here. This channel is arranged thematically, with the following sections:
Let us begin with beauty(21 blocks)
All politics are identity politics(15 blocks)
Transformative justice and self-organized violence prevention(40 blocks)
How to: facilitation, principles, and movement culture(24 blocks)
from Black Lives Matter to Abolishing the PIC, and back again(105 blocks)
Imagining the world to come: big pictures(60 blocks)
Direct action gets the goods(21 blocks)
Whose campus? Student activism(14 blocks)
Divider blocks are titled §. Blocks in front of this one have just been added and aren’t sorted yet.
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Study, Rebel, Incite~
Last sorted May 15, 2021
But many teachers begin with and remain focused on textbooks, favored lessons, and time-honored activities—the inputs—rather than deriving those means from what is implied in the desired results— the output. To put it in an odd way, too many teachers focus on the teaching and not the learning.
They spend most of their time thinking, first, about what they will do, what materials they will use, and what they will ask students to do rather than first considering what the learner will need in order to accomplish the learning goals.
I felt it was fitting to express my thoughts through the primary mode of communication between our class- Are.na blocks- through which we shared links, websites, gifts of code, and more. In a way it's been a love language shared between us all, and I've pulled from my classmates' thoughts as well as mine to create my project.
Being in close proximity. The nostalgia of physical touch. Bumping into somebody else on a crowded street. An unconscious brush up against another person in the supermarket.