Number 46: Spring 2014
Learn how principal Susan Weinman embraces the whole child.
Jeanie Greenidge felt invisible as a child. Now she’s helping make sure every student is seen.
The Teaching Tolerance staff reviews the latest in culturally aware literature and resources, offering the best picks for professional development and teachers of all grades.
Two male penguins finally get the egg they’ve been hoping for—based on a true story!
Teaching Tolerance and participating artists encourage educators to print out (click for a larger version) the One World page to hang on a classroom wall. It is created with just that purpose in mind. Enjoy!
When students make the rules, classroom community soars.
Learn how Serial Testimony places the emphasis on student experience.
Cyberbullying happens in code. Break it.
Slavery is a tough subject. These tips will help you teach it well.
Teach students to value religious diversity—yes, it’s OK in public schools!
Social emotional learning isn’t just a hunch. It’s science.
Predatory lending targets our most vulnerable students. Help them avoid the pitfalls.
When crisis management techniques like restraint and seclusion become daily practice, kids get hurt.
Athletic programs don’t have to be a nightmare for LGBT students. Coaches are the key.
Afraid to teach about privilege? Three teachers show how it’s done.
How diverse is your classroom library?
Whether close to home or far away, hands-on