How to teach middle-schoolers to value each other

How to teach middle-schoolers to value each other

How to teach middle-schoolers to value each other
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Georgia middle-school teacher Shana White wants all of her students to feel safe and welcome in her classroom, so she uses a five-step exercise to encourage them to explore their own identities and learn to accept differences in others. She urges students in her health class to "Stop, Collaborate, and Listen" when considering the identities of others with the goal of developing greater empathy.

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