Giving Space for Student Voices, Questions, and Dialogue

Posted by Mary Hendra on August 15, 2017

This week, many schools in the Southern California area are welcoming students back for the school year. So, the news from Charlottesville this weekend, the imagery and violence which students may have seen, will likely be weighing heavily on the hearts and minds of educators. It is weighing on our hearts and minds as well.

What happens when you give space over to questions and dialogue? How do you make sure that space is constructive for learning, and one in which multiple perspectives can be heard and understood?

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Topics: Classrooms, Back-To-School, Events

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