Curriculum Design & Delivery

With a background in psychology and public health—integrated with Jacqueline's passions of poetry, acting, music, culture, teaching, and building community—she has built various curricula and facilitates programs of enriched learning and upward mobility tailored to the needs, demographics, background, and expected outcomes of the class. 

For program consultation, design, and delivery, please contact Jacqueline. The recent programs she has developed are below, and samples of the syllabi are available upon request.

 

Queens & Kings Rising: Telling Your Story & Embracing Your Power to Be Your Greatest Self

Queens & Kings Rising: Telling Your Story & Embracing Your Power to Be Your Greatest Self is culturally sensitive expressive arts healing program designed for justice-involved and in-risk youth and transitional age youth. Expressive arts (poetry, acting, music, dance, and other artistic mediums) are utilized to embrace triumphs and power as well as confronting and working through challenges. The works of revolutionaries are examined to enhance knowledge and history of self to promote critical thinking as resistance against oppression. Artists, educators, activists, healthcare professionals, and other professional fields are introduced to the class, with the goal to uncover the youth’s passions and foster mentorships that nurture their aspirations. Nature, culture, science, and mindfulness practices are delved into the curriculum to broaden their purview of the world. The core values are rooted in mentorship, self-advocacy, upward mobility, and building community—as it is the birthright of the youth to do more than survive, but thrive in all aspects of life—assuming their rightful place as royalty.

Recondition Yo’ Mind to Preserve Yo’ Soul &

Protect Yo’ Peace

Recondition Yo’ Mind to Preserve Yo’ Soul & Protect Yo’ Peace is a program designed for justice-involved adults, who are combating issues of anger and aggression. Cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and expressive arts are employed to understand, combat, and resolve the roots and triggers of anger to know how to effectively respond to aggression—with the goal to promote positive emotional sustainability and life progression.

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