As educators, we can create more equitable classrooms by developing lessons and curricula that ask our students to discuss complex issues, examine peers’ ideas, and expand their empathy both within the classroom and globally. This session will prepare educators to design and lead classrooms that engage in Harkness-style dialogues that promote empathy and equity. This session is geared towards those within the humanities, but we welcome all!
Audience: All Grades 5-12 Educators
Presenter(s): Jonathan Lancaster, TMI-EP Lead Consultant
Time: 3 hours