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Jan 15, 2021 2021-01-15

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Leading Conversations After Crises

The Advisory Board of Teaching Tolerance has shared ideas for starting discussions in the days following the January 6 attack on the United States Capitol. The suggestions include “structured listening,” “letting students lead,” “sparking and guiding discussion with essential questions,” and “starting with the truth.” Teachers can also use the lesson ideas described in the article “When Bad Things Are Happening” to create their own learning plan. The recommendations build on the Psychological First Aid framework, developed by the US Department of Homeland Security: “Listen, Protect, Connect—Model & Teach.” The lesson ideas also incorporate suggestions from The Child Mind Institute.

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