Race Conversations: Teaching Ideas for the K-12 Classroom

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Talking about topics involving race can be difficult and emotionally provoking. Teachers often need to confront race and racism in their classrooms. Educators are integral to empowering students and their parents/guardians to have these ongoing conversations. But, how do you start and what do you use, how do you structure your conversations using instructional protocols to foster learning? This webinar will provide teachers with suggestions for designing instructional content enabling them to have the race talk. During the webinar, tools to be used to unpack the content will be highlighted and aligned to instructional activities such as discussion, student-to-student interactions, reading, writing, and researching. Resources identified will include those applicable for blended teaching.

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