Equity

Weaving Anti-bias and Equity into Curricula Begins with Self-reflection

Summary: This article makes the point that teachers wishing to promote anti-bias and equity in their classrooms need to begin by taking a look at their own biases and understand that this is not a simple process. There is no one tool that can address these issues. Rather it is important to take a broader …

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How to Help High School Students Develop Empathy

Summary: This article presents eight strategies that will help to develop empathy in high school students. These suggestions include expressing one’s feelings, really listening to one another, occupying characters from books, reacting to movies, among others. Empathy is certainly needed in our present word and these strategies can help students become more empathetic. Source: Maurice …

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4 Questions to Ask When Committing to Equity and Anti-Racism in Schools

Summary: This article poses four essential questions for educators to consider when making a commitment to addressing equity and anti-racism in their classrooms and their schools. These questions come as a result of the increased focus on systemic racism in response to incidents in 2020 which brought these issues to the fore. Educators need to …

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