A video about cyberbullying created by WJC.
Using the Common Core Exemplar Texts, three books at each grade span (K-1, 2-3, 4-5) have been chosen as a conduit to help you facilitate discussions about conflict. This is the perfect opportunity to expose students to quality literature and help them refine their conflict resolution skills.
A synopsis of The Whole-Brain Child by Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
A workshop agenda and lessons to teach about structural racism and how to combat it.
A brief definition of implicit bias and its effects on society.
"Resources, inspiration and expert advice for making a difference on and off campus"
A list of seven agreements to keep in mind in order to have more productive and less divisive conversations.
A list of articles and resources for White People to understand the cause and implications of Trump's election on minority communities.
"POC Online Classroom curates resources by, for, and about marginalized communities and social justice with the goals of education, personal empowerment, and political engagement."
This website offers free downloadable lessons and articles introducing middle and high school students to, "a more accurate, complex, and engaging understanding of United States history than is found in traditional textbooks and curricula."
This video recounts the historical ugly truth about Thanksgiving.
This articles traces the history of the construct of the identity "White" people.
This article provides tips on how to help students regulate, especially those who have experienced trauma
This article espouses the benefits to students and schools of teaching kindness, including reduced instances of bullying.
This page has links to lots of resources on bullying, broken into areas such as for educators and social-emotional learning.
Teenagers disclose about their cognitive differences and the effects it and the stigma has on them.
Cheri describes the pressure she feels to live up to stereotypes to prove she is black.
Sarah shares her frustrations with the assumptions people make about her when she speaks in Spanish.
The Sticks and Stones series addresses the term, "People of Color."
The Sticks and Stones series addresses the term, "sexual preference."