This research project was designed to discover new and unique teaching strategies and classroom management techniques that would improve my teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners through a lens of equity and social justice. By researching and learning new and unique teaching strategies for both online and in-person instruction, I was able to use my research to broaden my experiences and knowledge as well as gain a better understanding of the historical inequities and lack of social justice that has been the norm in most education systems. By educating myself of these injustices and inequalities, I was able to identify and correct any deficiencies in my teaching in regard to teaching to equity and social justice, using my newfound awareness to adjust and correct teaching errors. The study illuminated the many areas of teaching where I may have gone wrong had I not been made aware of the inequities and lack of social justice in my teaching.
Date of Award
Master of Arts in Teaching (initial licensure)
Melanie Landon Hays
Jacklyn Caires Hurley
Classroom Management in an online environment Teaching to Equity and Social Justice ELLs Social Studies
Type (DCMI Terms)
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Online and Distance Education
Anderson, E. (2021). Teaching Social Studies to Social Justice and Equity Through the Lens of ELL Students (master's thesis). Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.wou.edu/theses/103
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