Capstone Project Title
Incorporating National Urban Alliance Strategies In A High School Biology Classroom Curriculum To Increase The Success Rate For Students Of Color
The purpose of this project was to research and develop curriculum that incorporated National Urban Alliance (NUA) strategies to increase the success rate for students. It documents one teacher’s experience with severe inequities in her classroom and how she began to eliminate the tracked classes in her high school. The developed project is focused on a high school cell biology unit with various NUA strategies built-in. The author explains in great detail how the curriculum was developed and how culturally relevant teaching is a necessity for all learners. She explains that with the use of appropriate strategies, all students can learn at a high level and with a great deal of rigor. The project includes 13 lessons and a slide presentation that is aligned with the Minnesota State Science Standards.
Curriculum, Science, Social Justice
Prall, Rebecca, "Incorporating National Urban Alliance Strategies In A High School Biology Classroom Curriculum To Increase The Success Rate For Students Of Color" (2018). School of Education Student Capstone Projects. 145.
School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations