10 Resources on how to discuss and confront race, racism, bias and other difficult topics with students in the classroom.
"Creating a Respectful Community: Lessons from the Middle East" (article) lists "some of the many processes ... use[d] to help ... students develop a clear and respectful voice in their community."
A. Current Practices
1. "The perspective of the teacher is crucial."
"When Students Participate Too Much" (article) discusses strategies for handling "the over-participation problem" -- "those two or three students who would happily answer every question or express their opinion whenever one is needed."
"It's Good Till It's Not" (online article) addresses how group work may "unfairly disadvantage students with below-the-surface challenges, such as anxiety, autism, or other issues that interfere with effective social interactions" ("Why Some Students Struggle with Group Work") -- and suggests several strategies "to help diverse learners navigate it successfully."