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Group Mentoring

Month: January 2015

Chart the Power

In this activity, students discover how the U.S. power structure is dominated by certain groups. Students identify particular groups (adults, men, Muslims, etc.) who have more or less power in our society. This activity includes a discussion about the effects of systematic and institutionalized stereotyping.

ChartThePower

 

If you have any helpful pointers or suggestions for doing this activity with your group, please leave a comment below.

 

Quit Shoving

Students discuss the causes and consequences of not completing high school. This activity requires students to brainstorm and share some reasons for dropout and share them with the group anonymously, and includes a game regarding dropout statistics.

Quit shoving

 

 

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Learning Styles Kit

In this activity, students will discover tools and resources that are relevant to their individual learning styles. They will use these tools to help them create an optimal learning environment. Students will need to know their individual learning styles (see Learning Styles) before completing this activity).

Learning Styles Kit

 

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