Students are dynamic individuals, living out a time in their lives when identity is emerging with cognizance. They begin to recognize the turbulence that identity formation has the potential to be fraught with for their adolescent and adult lives.
The resources made available to you, educators, as well as students, are made so with the intent that their possessed knowledge has the potential ability to help your students navigate and reconcile intergenerational conflict as a part of identity development and cultural selection, in the larger context of expanding their understanding of how those identities and institutions affect ideas of human liberation.
This archive is intended for those who wish to provide and adapt tools for students to have socially engaged conversations and learning experiences about their identities, and how those identities are instructed by and inform institutions. Institutions that are social, economic, and legal. Students are then asked through these tools to understand the histories of human degradation and liberation, and how students can be a positive catalysts for present and future human liberation. These resources can be used for particular lessons, inform units of learning, or can be used to navigate an entire class.