From the NYT Learning Network
1. Create a safe, respectful supportive tone in your class.
2. Prepare yourself.
3. Find out what students already know or have experienced.
4. Compile the students’ questions and examine them together.
5. Make connections.
6. Have students investigate and learn more.
7. Explore students’ opinions and promote dialogue.
8. Be responsive to feelings and values.
9. Make home connections.
10. Do something.
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