Teacher Uses Genius Way To Explain Difference Between Equality And Equity, And 8-Year-Olds Understand It Better Than Adults

Teacher Uses Genius Way To Explain Difference Between Equality And Equity, And 8-Year-Olds Understand It Better Than Adults

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Kids are smart, curious and adaptable, and can learn challenging concepts with remarkable ease with the right teaching methods.Show Full TextTumblr user aloneindarknes7 illustrated this by sharing their way of teaching 8-year-olds the difference between two similar but distinct ideas, those of equality and equity. The post originally appeared on the Tumblr ‘Citizenship and Social Justice, which “tracks primarily issues of class, race, gender, education, and activism.”Now obviously, simply knowing the difference between these two concepts, and learning how to implement them in real life are too completely different things. After reading the teacher’s method, people began a fascinating discussion about inequality, justice and social issues that really provokes some critical thinking. Scroll down below to check it out for yourself, and let us know what you think in the…
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After A Student Falls Asleep In His Class, This Teacher Takes The Opportunity To Teach A Lesson To Everyone

After A Student Falls Asleep In His Class, This Teacher Takes The Opportunity To Teach A Lesson To Everyone

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Teacher Monte Syrie from Cheney, Washington is probably not the first teacher to have a student fell asleep in his class, but the way he handled it amazed everyone.Syrie, a sophomore English teacher at Cheney High School, shared a story on Twitter of a student who had fallen asleep in his class. Instead of waking her up the teacher decided not to take her behavior personally. The empathetic teacher knew that the girl had been very tired from chores at home and extracurricular activities, so he decided to give her the rest she needed. “I know firsthand how over-full and hectic their lives are,” Syre told Bored Panda.Show Full TextThe teacher didn’t expect for his act of compassion to pay off so soon. Later that day, the student made up…
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Shooting at Noblesville West Middle School in Indiana Leaves Teacher & Student Injured, Male Suspect in Custody

Shooting at Noblesville West Middle School in Indiana Leaves Teacher & Student Injured, Male Suspect in Custody

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[ad_1] Police in Noblesville, Indiana have confirmed that a shooting at Noblesville Middle School has left two people—a teacher and a student—injured. The suspected gunman, a male student at the school, has been detained in connection with the shooting and is believed to have acted alone, police said. The identity and age of the shooter were not immediately released and a motive is unknown at this time.Authorities said in a press conference that the first call reporting an active shooter situation came it at around 9:06 a.m. and officers responded immediately. One of the victims is an adult teacher and the other is a juvenile student, officials confirmed. Authorities also said that there was a “secondary threat” made at Noblesville High School and they have dispatched officers there as a precaution.WSBT…
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California Teacher Accidentally Shoots Gun in Classroom & Injures 3 Students During Safety Lesson

California Teacher Accidentally Shoots Gun in Classroom & Injures 3 Students During Safety Lesson

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[ad_1] And President Trump believes teachers should be armed with guns… As many as three students at a California High school was injured after a teacher accidentally fired a gun inside a classroom. According to a press release from Seaside Police Department, the teacher has been identified as Dennis Alexander. Alexander worked as a math teacher at Seaside High School in Monterey County and is a reserve police officer with the Sand City Police Department. He is also a city councilman. He was teaching a class on gun safety when he pointed a semiautomatic weapon at the ceiling and it accidentally fired a shot. Seaside Police confirmed 17-year-old student Fermin Gonzales was struck in the neck by debris or a fragment from the ceiling after the weapon was discharged, and an…
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