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Using Speechless in the Classroom 0

speechless As you may know, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We thought we’d kick this month off by providing some additional resources for screening the REAL DEAL film Speechless, the story of a high school boy who is a survivor of sexual assault. 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys will have an unwanted sexual exp …

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March 27, 2014  |  By:  |  Comments: 0

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Leading Classroom Discussions 0

on set mentorship 2012 What’s the REAL DEAL About Class Discussions? By Kathleen Hayes Discussion comprises a heavy portion of each REAL DEAL curriculum. Not only does Scenarios aim to amplify student voice via writing, we believe that discussion is a powerful vehic …

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March 3, 2014  |  By:  |  Comments: 0

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Keeping You “In the Loop”- Our Journey to Chicago 0

Melinda WorkshopsLast night, I trained another group of Scenarios REAL DEAL Educators in NYC around our newest curriculum, "What's the REAL DEAL About Place and Power?" At each workshop, we screen three of our student-written films, The Tale of Timmy Two Chins, Speechless, and Reflections. It was amazing to see Luis, Roxy, …

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September 20, 2013  |  By:  |  Comments: 0

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NYC Workshop Registrations 0

FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR NYC TEACHERS CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW What's the REAL DEAL about Place and Power? About Our New Curriculum. A team of educators and other experts worked together to make this curriculum dynamic, innovative and meaningful to our students, starting in Cleveland this fall. The goal of the 2013-14 REAL DEAL curriculum is to engage students in thinking critically about who they are and who they want to be. Place and power tie directly to both a s …

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August 12, 2013  |  By:  |  Comments: 0

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Cleveland Workshop Registrations 0

FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR CLEVELAND TEACHERS Are you looking for interactive, engaging, Common Core-aligned activities that will get even your most reluctant students thinking critically and writing creatively about sexual health and social justice issues? Are you interested in exploring how the arts can take critical thinking to a whole new level? Do you aim to create a safe space for your students to build their social and emotional competencies? CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW …

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August 8, 2013  |  By:  |  Comments: 0