With wildfires in the West, house fires in the East and Hurricane Florence in the South, it's easy for students to become overwhelmed, whether they've been immediately affected or not. These resources can help you support your students now and in the months to come.
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When natural disasters happen, educators can use their leadership roles outside the classroom to foster collective action and teach students about the value of helping in times of need.
When we teachers get a so-called “problem child” in class, it’s crucial to ask ourselves, “What is causing this behavior to manifest? What is occurring in this child’s life that we can’t see?”
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Give your students a tool to help them evaluate a situation, like an unfair dress code, by teaching them the language of healthy relationships.
Calls for due process are understandable. But dismissing allegations of sexual assault as typical teenage behavior sends a dangerous message to all young people.
Language classrooms allow students to grapple with how gender affects their understanding of the world, but they also allow teachers to engender their own classrooms as inclusive and safe places for all students.