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Where Do All the Tokens Go? : My First Realization of Race and wondering, Where Do I Belong?

Describe a specific memory or detailed experience of when you first realized you were a member of your race (Hays & Erford, 2014).

I think I always knew I was a member of my race but I feel like it didn’t become evident really evident to me until middle school. 871 more words

Spring Reading

For when you’re done with your spring cleaning.

1) Teaching Tolerance—How white parents should talk to their kids about race. A must read if your goal is to be “color blind” and raise “color blind” children.  257 more words


John Hunter and His Montessori Message

A chat with Inly’s head of school about student-centered learning, global awareness and the power of experiential education

When Donna Milani Luther heard John Hunter speak at the Creative Education Foundation’s annual… 715 more words

Teacher Insight

Video Interview: International Student from China

Thanks to my UNR student Elizabeth for conducting an interview with Yiefi, an international student from China.  Yiefi revealed many interesting topics and challenges that one faces when traveling to the United States from another country. 21 more words

Higher Education

Just Listen to the Rain

Here is my recent article that was published in the March 2014 edition of the IB World Magazine:

One of the reasons why I love teaching in International Schools is that my classes are filled with children from all over the world, speaking many different languages.   798 more words


Walter Dean Myers: When Books Mirror Children's Lives, Reading Validates Identity

Today, St. Patrick’s Day,  is a good time to reflect on the ways people can cherish multiple identities—cultural, national, and global.  This issue is fraught with controversy in today’s America. 775 more words

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