Community Conversations Series/Monday/Wednesday & Friday
Fall and Spring of 2021-2022
Community Conversations is a series of classroom based discussions that engage 9th grade scholars in real-world discussions, which are designed to foster their critical thinking skills and analysis of broad topics. The course is taught by a visiting lecturer and Dr. Adofo A. Muhammad. Furthermore, the class is a part of the MBK (My Brother's Keeper) and MSK (My Sister's Keeper) initiatives. The outcomes of the course are as follows:
Students will be able to articulate their differences of opinion and be reflective of other perspectives and idea.
Culturally intelligent students that understand the importance of exercising their civic responsibility.
Developing a sense of self amongst students that can effectively adapt to other cultures without feeling insecure in theirs.
Creating the next generation of orators who can deliver, defend and share their individual experiences and aspirations of American culture, past, present and future.