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An active shooter training video produced in southern California leaves one teacher feeling offended and traumatized.
This teacher helps students find commonalities between their own complex lives and the experiences of children a world away.
This English teacher picked up a few tips for connecting with students. It’s all about how you speak.
Watching a television program featuring deaf and hard of hearing characters changed this teacher’s perspective. She wants to pass it on to her students.
When a teacher accompanies her students to see the film Bully, she asks important questions about how adults in the school building handle the issue.
Planning for Black History Month can be authentic without falling into the pitfalls of the “heroes and holidays.” Look for ways to involve the entire school community and teach about the history and experiences of African Americans across the curriculum and throughout the year.
When students express outrage over the “rape culture” in another country, the teacher brings the discussion closer to home for further exploration.