Signature Workshops - Programs with a track record of success that we can adapt for your community
- Collaborative Rubrics: A culturally-responsive method for individualized goal-setting
- Crafting Critical Feminist Curriculum in the Humanities (grades 5-12)
- Critical/Intersectional/Feminist: How can I use these words to cultivate belonging in my classroom?
- Crossing the DEI Chasm: How can we engage our whole community in this vital work? (Adaptable for faculty and parents)
- Igniting Curiosities: How can we, as teachers, help students define and solve problems that shape the future?
- Institutional/Interpersonal/Internalized: Storytelling to build knowledge and awareness (Adaptable for students, faculty and parents)
- Four Pernicious Untruths We Teach K-12 Students About the Past–And How to Set the Record Straight
- Six Themes+Questions for Infusing Antibias Work into your Curriculum in Any Subject
- Women, Gender & Power: 12 Questions for Revising your History Programs
- Women, Gender & Power: A New Global History (forthcoming Online course, available in customized formats)
- The Lavender Menace: How did the women's movement and the LGBTQ+ movement join forces?
About Georgina Emerson
Georgina is the founder and director of Teach About Women as well as one of our educational consultants. She holds a BA in History and MA in Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College as well as a degree in History from L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales. The focus of Georgina’s work is curriculum design and providing collaborative professional development for K-12 teachers who want to make equity work part of every aspect of school life. She’s interested in the liberatory power of intersectional, anti-bias pedagogy across departments. In the words of bell hooks, “I celebrate teaching that enables transgressions–a movement against and beyond boundaries. It is that movement which makes education a practice of freedom.” In addition to giving workshops, Georgina is currently at work on a book and high school curriculum on the history of women, gender, and power. Follow her on social media @TeachAboutWomen