Talking About Race and Social Justice In The Classroom

  • Conversations on race and equity have been magnified
  • Addressing these issues in classrooms requires a social and emotional approach for students
  • Social justice is about all people being able to benefit from something better

Classrooms are often thought of as a microcosm of society. It should be no surprise then that equity and inequity are important topics to address with students.

In this #PLtogether Lounge Talk, Edthena founder and CEO Adam Geller spoke with Nina Gilbert about how conversations about race and social justice take place in the classroom.

Nina has been a teacher and launched schools in the past.

Resources for Teachers and Instructional Coaches – May 2021

This May, we’re thinking about how to pave the way for stronger conversations and collaboration. We’ve been reading about facilitating conversations about anti-AAPI racism, getting teachers and principals more in sync, and fostering positive environments to make mistakes. Check out some of our favorite May reads and resources with highlights and article links! Productive classroom…