Writer, father, educator
I’d be a little disappointed if the most enduring impression of a student’s time in my classroom was a mental image of me.
During meaningful conversations, students are forced to be accountable for positions, to listen, and to analyze opposing perspectives & ideas.
This is first about how the process of becoming wrong—the sweeping of the arms out in front of you as you search—helps you become right.
Which are the best books to promote social justice and activism? Which can encourage students to change their world?