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This Edition: The Great Migration | Tch Video Lounge: Peer Feedback | Culturally Responsive Teaching

Watch students analyze the viewpoints of stakeholders involved in the Great Migration.
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Watch and discuss as Marion Ivey works with students to use success criteria to give peer feedback.
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Zaretta Hammond discusses humanizing our relationships as a key element of culturally responsive teaching.
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Change. We spend a lot of time discussing change as a goal, both as educators and as a society. In order to affect change, we must begin by recognizing that we don’t all think or learn the same way or according to the same timeline. We make progress by considering the viewpoints of all stakeholders so that we’re prepared to face the challenges ahead. We must learn to consider the language we use, to give and receive feedback and critique from our peers, and to practice responsiveness so we can build an authentic, human connection with our students, our colleagues, and all people. But change takes dedication and hard work, and it’s always a good idea to measure our progress over time. It’s that formative assessment that will tell us how far we’ve come, and how far we’ve yet to go.

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