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Countering Stereotype Threat

Reprinted from Teaching Tolerance http://www.tolerance.org/blog/countering-stereotype-threat

Submitted by Dr. Becki Cohn-Vargas on April 7, 2015

Blogs and Articles: Classroom Practice Prejudice Reduction
Editor’s Note: This blog is the second in a three-part series that links three important ideas—implicit bias, stereotype threat and identity safety—all backed by research. 954 more words

Empathy

Tackling Implicit Bias

Reprinted from Teaching Tolerance http://www.tolerance.org/blog/tackling-implicit-bias

by Dr. Becki Cohn-Vargas on March 25, 2015

Blogs and Articles: Classroom Practice Prejudice Reduction
Editor’s Note: This blog is the first in a three-part series that links three important ideas—implicit bias, stereotype threat and identity safety—all backed by research. 903 more words

Empathy

Introducing NIOS Bullying Prevention Resources in Spanish

INTRODUCING NIOS BULLYING PREVENTION RESOURCES IN SPANISH

Republished from NIOT.org

Not In Our School (NIOS) is excited to publish this three-part series of three blogs about bullying in English and Spanish. 1,616 more words

Bullying

Responding to the Swastika

RESPONDING TO THE SWASTIKA

Reprinted from Not IN Our Town

Hundreds gathered in Sacramento on the steps of the California state capitol for a rally against anti-Semitism, March 9, 2015.(Michael Alcalay) Credit: JTA, Michael Alcalay… 604 more words

Empathy

The Righteous Mob (a blog post “do over”)

I hate you because I feel safe when others point at you.

I hate you because the posts and tweets and TV tell me to. 123 more words

Civil Unrest

Books vs. Bullies

Walk as though you’ve been given one brown eye and one blue

Body & Soul…Charles Wright

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Bullying is a complicated socio-psychological issue. Bullies have always been among us in one form or another, but with the advent of the internet and the unprecedented prevalence of teenage texting it has reached pandemic, twenty four hour a day, proportions. 833 more words

Education

Children’s Relationships with Animals

Current statistics indicate that many people share their lives with companion animals. This relationship between people and animals is best documented for modern Western countries and available statistics indicate that between almost half of all households (47% in the United Kingdom) and nearly three quarters (63% in Australia; 67% in the United States of America) include companion animals. 942 more words

Animal Welfare