No, DeAndre. It’s Not Your Imagination: What the DOJ Report Tells Us about Implicit Bias and Validation | Ready4Rigor

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This is the first in a 3-part series on implicit bias and Culturally Responsive Teaching.

 

“In culturally responsive teaching, validation is not so much a strategy as it is a foundational stance we take. It simply means we believe diverse students when they tell us that they are being rudely insulted, ignored, or profiled by adults because of their race, language, or gender either inside or outside of school.”

Read on here: No, DeAndre. It’s Not Your Imagination: What the DOJ Report Tells Us about Implicit Bias and Validation | Ready4Rigor

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