In the Classroom (and Anywhere for that Matter): We MUST Do Better, Fellow White People

From Teaching Tolerance:

Slavery Simulations: Just Don’t

We’re saddened by the news of yet another classroom lesson on slavery involving a troubling simulation—but we’re not surprised. Our research has shown some common pitfalls when teaching and learning about slavery. In this edition of The Moment, we explain why mock auctions—along with simulations of the Middle Passage—do more harm than good, and we provide resources for teaching this history more effectively.

Please read the whole article here.

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  1. Pingback: In the Classroom (and Anywhere for that Matter): We MUST Do Better, Fellow White People — educating alice – Sherri Winston

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