Carlos: Tell me, Teri. How did you come up with the idea of teaching history through rock and roll music?
Teri: I’ve always loved music. From the time I became a history teacher in 1998, I thought of music whenever we reached the twentieth century. Then it hit me. Why not help students reconsider U.S. history by structuring a course around music? It worked.
Carlos: Well, if music works for teaching high school students, why not for diversity workshops, too?
Continue reading Diversity and Speech No. 35: Rockin’ Diversity – by Carlos E. Cortés and Teri Gerent