If you’re passionate about social justice and ‘making a difference’
in students’ lives -you’re probably familiar with a few choice
accusations that can cause educators to withdraw, self-censor, tone
it down, or shut-up.
The accusations? That they’re not objective or neutral, that
they’re pushing an agenda, or pushing their bandwagon.
In This Episode: Navigating social justice issues in the
- How do
you encourage open discussion when you’re worried about accusations
of pushing a bandwagon?
- What do
you do if there’s conflict between students – about the
There’s also the Lightning Round where courage, fear, and
vulnerability are up for scrutiny.
And to take us out: Standing up for your agenda. I’ve got a few
questions for you.
For Complete Show-Links and Resources go to PUSHING THE EDGE - EPISODE 13.
You'll find links to Rusul's Blog and Social Networks, as well as
top tips and insights relating to teaching about social
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