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Nov 02, 2015 2015-11-02

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Discuss Issues in Racially Pluralistic Classrooms

Teachers not only need to understand how to choose the right issues and create an open and fair climate for discussion; they also need to learn about themselves and their identities when leading discussions in racially pluralistic classrooms. Knowing their own biases and ways they react to certain topics and remarks will help to modulate how they react to students’ remarks and turn their concerns into productive conversations. Educators interested in honing their intergroup dialogue facilitation skills can access a free comprehensive guide from the Public Conversation Project and a tip sheet (“Managing Hot Moments in the Classroom”) from the Harvard Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.

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