Creating Student Upstanders in Today’s World

Posted by Mary Hendra on August 2, 2015

Whether you’re a parent, teacher, student, or not currently involved with formal education, what can you do to foster an attitude of standing up to injustice?

Join educators from the Learn+Teach+Share blog this month in exploring together the steps and strategies that can help students recognize their voice and agency in today’s world.

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Facing History is the featured partner all month long on Connected Learning TV!

We have four webinars planned. Join us live on CLTV or watch this blog as we post the recordings here after each live event:

  • August 5 11:30am: Creating Safe and Reflective Classrooms
  • August 12 11:30am: The Holocaust and Human Behavior
  • August 17 11:30am: Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird
  • August 26 10:00am: Upstanders in Today’s Digital and Physical World

 

Back to that question, What can you do to foster an attitude of standing up to injustice?  Share your thoughts below!

Topics: Choosing to Participate, CLTV, Upstander

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