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Types of Small Groups and Who Will Be in Each
Types of Small Groups and Who Will Be in Each

Consider these small group options and related purposes as you work with diverse learners in your classroom. Think about students’ developmental reading stage as you plan.

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Foreword
Foreword

The foreword by Bettina L. Love introduces the mindset needed for teaching beautiful, brilliant Black Girls. 

 

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Chapter 2: A Discussion About Equity
Chapter 2: A Discussion About Equity

This excerpt discusses equity and how to learn how to give feedback in a way that inspires growth and engagement.

 

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Introduction: Removing Labels
Introduction: Removing Labels

This introduction of Removing Labels explains that interrupting the cycle of labeling starts with you.

 

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Technique 5: Affective Statements
Technique 5: Affective Statements

This excerpt explains the what, why, and how of using affective statements.

 

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Technique 6: Impromptu Conferences
Technique 6: Impromptu Conferences

This excerpt explains the what, why, and how of using impromptu conferences to address conflicts.

 

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Technique 13: Classroom Sociograms
Technique 13: Classroom Sociograms

This excerpt explains the what, why, and how of using sociograms in the classroom.

 

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Technique 15: Asset Mapping
Technique 15: Asset Mapping

This excerpt explains the what, why, and how of using asset mapping.

 

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Techniques 26 & 27
Techniques 26 & 27

These techniques cover how to address when younger and older students start using labels. 

 

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Universally Designed Lesson Flowchart
Universally Designed Lesson Flowchart

This flowchart from Equity by Design by Mirko Chardin and Katie Novak shows you how to create a universally designed lesson.

 

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Chapter 10: Teacher Warmth and Availability for Learning
Chapter 10: Teacher Warmth and Availability for Learning

 In this chapter from Identity Safe Classrooms, Grades 6-12, the authors outline the importance of building relationships with students who have experienced trauma.

 

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Webinar: Youth Equity Stewardship (YES!): Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Webinar: Youth Equity Stewardship (YES!): Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Here’s your opportunity to hear more from founders Benjie Howard and Wade Antonio Colwell about Youth Equity Stewardship (YES!), a sustainable, inter-generational, creative facilitation process for youth and adults that enables learning communities to enthusiastically engage and advocate for culturally responsive teaching and leading practices. YES! is rooted in arts-based methods that aim to elevate youth vision and passion to the forefront of policy and progress for an evolving twenty-first century school system. They will demonstrate how the process amplifies student partnership and supports young people in understanding their personal journey and social accountability through a "stewardship" lens that creates a living example of commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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