Speak Up at School

When someone says something offensive based on prejudice or a stereotype, it's often difficult to know how to react. A packet on tolerance and standing up for others guides teachers to both learn and instruct members of their class to navigate these tricky moments.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Incorporate into a professional development session about creating a positive classroom community
Classroom Considerations

  • Best used as part of an existing anti-bullying campaign, rather than as the basis of its own anti-bullying program
  • Includes examples of offensive language for instructional purposes
  • Designed as a teacher reference guide for implementing the policies into the classroom

  • Provides several examples of situations with which teachers will be familiar, or that they could someday encounter
  • Includes strategies to use in an uncomfortable moment
  • Adaptable to any grade level; check out the appendices to find tailored role-play situations for all grade levels