When students take the lead in promoting friendship and
inclusivity, other students take notice!
Every coordinator wants to
plan a successful Mix It Up at Lunch Day. Our planning suggestion this week?
Get your students in the Mix!
This writing teacher challenges
the mistaken view that people on the autism spectrum lack emotion and empathy.
After our writing sessions
together, Desmond and I always take a few minutes to talk about the movies.
We jumped at the chance to work with the Hawai'i Department of Education to study the impact of Perspectives for a Diverse America.
Most states have hundreds of school districts; Hawai'i has only one.
religious diversity in academic content lessens the threat to individual belief
systems and helps students be college and career ready.
After learning that a group
of mostly African-American women was removed from a wine train for allegedly being
too loud, this teacher reflects on how similar dynamics affect students in classrooms.
When I first started teaching, l
perceived laughter as a sign that students were
"distracted"…"misbehaving." I'd zero in on the laughs,
demand that students "get on task." I’m sure this is a com
Brand-new LIVE webinars from TT are coming to a laptop—or
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A weekly sampling of articles, blogs and reports relevant to TT educators.
The Atlantic: When high
school student Deion Fludd was killed, his English teac
Join a 14-year tradition
of reducing bullying and creating more welcoming school environments by
registering for Mix It Up at Lunch Day!
October 27, 2015, will
mark the 14th year of Mix It Up at Lunch Day.
Celebrate the 19th Amendment with
diverse readings from our free curriculum.
Today—August 26—is Women’s Equality
Day, an annual commemoration of the day in 1920 when Secretary of State
Bainbridge Colby confirmed the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
The Atlantic: Nearly all high
school graduates in Baldwin, Michigan—one of