Teacher Reflections

Category: Equity

Coaching for Equity: Lessons for Coaches, Teachers and Leaders

When it seems like everyone is shouting at each other, it’s easy to dismiss the power of conversation. Yet, bringing about change without conversation is often short-lived and superficial. Read the piece I wrote for Interfaith America on three conversation models educators and instructional coaches can use to create more equitable classrooms & communities.

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6 Tips for Facilitating Discussions on Race with Predominantly White Students

Teachers at predominantly white schools, especially those in conservative communities, may be reluctant to discuss race in the classroom. However, it is precisely in these communities that conversations about how race, ethnicity, and other social identities are critical for broadening students worldview. Here are some ideas on how to have these conversations based on a

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