Marian Dingle, Sydney Chaffee, Raquel Rios, Rinard Pugh and Dr. Kimberly N. Parker talk about mistakes that are often made when trying to tackle race and racism in the classroom, and explore what we teachers can do, instead.
The new question of the week is: What are the biggest mistakes teachers make when approaching race and racism issues in the classroom and what should they do instead?
Check out our new animated video: "Differentiating Instruction: It's Not as Hard as You Think"
Shanna Peeples agreed to answer a few questions about her new book, "Think Like Socrates: Using Questions to Invite Wonder & Empathy Into The Classroom."
This post contains links--categorized and with descriptions--to all the posts appearing here for the past seven years!
Matthew R. Kay agreed to answer a few questions about his new book, "Not Light, But Fire: How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Classroom."
Today's post highlights a series called "A Look Back," where I share particularly insightful responses an educator has provided in a past column.
All posts from the past seven years on Instructional Strategies - in one place
All posts from the past seven years on Professional Development - in one place
All posts from the past seven years on Relationships in Schools - in one place