Mark your calendar, Spring '20 Splash will be on March 8, 2020!


Splash Biography



CLAIRE BANG, ESP Teacher




Major: IB

College/Employer: UC Berkeley

Year of Graduation: 2019

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Past Classes

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O565: Community Organizing 101 in Splash Spring 19 (Mar. 16, 2019)
For students interested in community engagement, human rights, and leadership -- this is the perfect class for you! We will be covering political science theories and applying them to real world situations involving human rights, education, and community organizing.


X384: Community-Organizing for Social Change in Splash Fall 18 (Nov. 04, 2018)
Want to learn how to make a concrete impact on a social issue you're passionate about? Take our class! We will be covering the actors that affect norms and the Norm Life Cycle followed by a community-organizing strategy workshop! We will then present an overview of a social issue that you are passionate or curious about. Finally, we'll give you the chance to apply your newly acquired leadership and community-organizing strategies to this issue, which you can pursue outside the classroom. This class is an exciting opportunity to learn skills that you can use in the future to make a real impact. Join us!


O263: Community-Organizing for Social Change in Splash Fall 17 (Nov. 04, 2017)
This will be a fun-filled course designed to equip students with beginner's knowledge and skills in community-organizing. Students will gain an understanding of the Norm Life Cycle of social change. They will also be taught basic community-organizing strategies which they will then apply to an existing social justice issue.


O202: Education Achievement Gap in Splash Fall 2016 (Nov. 19, 2016)
This is an eye-opening and interactive course about the gap in academic success between students of different racial and economic backgrounds, called the achievement gap. Through activities, discussion, lecture, and videos we will explore the causes and effects of the gap, as well as possible ways to minimize it. Please bring paper and writing utensils to the class. Looking forward to seeing you all!