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Unscripted Vol. 1: The Belonging Headspace

Creating equitable education systems involves bringing teachers, mentors, coaches, administrators, and staff into a full appreciation of the fundamental importance of belonging. How will you make sure your students feel accepted, respected, included, and supported? Tiffany Scott, John Guffey, and other equity-focused educators outline key considerations for audiences seeking lock into the belonging headspace, and provide specific ways that schools can address the belonging vulnerability of Black students and other minoritized student populations. Watch and listen to these unscripted conversations as educators speak from the heart and share their personalized perspectives on the psychology of belonging in schools.

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Assertive Patience: Change Takes Time
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Beyond Grading: Creating Assignments that are Intentional and Purposeful
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Creating Belonging: Working Against Societal Norms
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Classroom Culture: Control-based Norms Undermine Belonging
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“Push Out” Discipline Undermines Belonging
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Flexibility & Autonomy in Educational Spaces
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Classroom Culture: Affirming Student Choice & Identity as Anti-Oppressive
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True Differentiation: Teaching to Your Community
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Cultural Competence: Thinking Beyond Mainstream Culture
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Teaching History, Beyond the Test: Insert Multiple Lenses, Not Just One!
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Relevant Texts: Expanding the Canon
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Teaching ALL of Our History: Primary Sources, Varied Perspectives, & Starting Early
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The Benefits of Relevant Teaching
Unscripted Vol. 1: The Belonging Headspace
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