Dr. Gholnecsar Muhammad's research examines the historical roots of culturally responsive education (CRE) and provides a clear, practical, and equitable model that extends original CRE research into a new model of culturally and historically responsive education (CHRE).
She has applied her five-layered equity model for teaching and learning (identity, skills, intellectualism, criticality, and joy) to curriculum units originally developed by the SABES Curriculum & Instruction PD Centers to create exemplars of equitable, inclusive, and engaging adult education lessons. These exemplars are below. Dr. Muhammad has also shared:
- a Google Drive folder of various other CHRE resources she has compiled here.
- a PDF of the CHRE suggestions for the SABES curricula samples, along with several original suggestions she has created on various topics, which can be downloaded here.
CHRE-Enhanced SABES Lessons for ELA, ESOL, and Math|
For each exemplar below, there are two links: one for the original SABES-created lesson/unit plan, and one with supplemental ideas for incorporating CHRE principles from Dr. Muhammad.
Will it Rain Tomorrow?
Our Planet, Our Choices
Where Did You Hear That? Becoming Critical Consumers of News Media
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks: An Introduction to Jim Crow and the Great Migration
The Science and Culture of Water
Who Are We?