Consider How Certain Words and Ideas in the Classroom May Need Trigger Warnings

Coping in the Classroom: Reconsidering the Trigger Warning 

“During discussions, instead of only asking for intellectual responses, we can invite students to notice and name emotions they feel when encountering the content. Our emotions tell us something important is at stake; the more intense the emotion, the more important that ‘something’ is.”

In the latest Independent Ideas blog post, read about how to empower students to safely respond to content that may be ps.... The authors are Adam Wolfsdorf, an adjunct professor at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education, and Lauren Porosoff, founder of EMPOWER Forwards, a collaborative consultancy practice that empowers students and teachers. 

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