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10 Things I've Learned This Semester

About Teen Pregnancy | CDC

Teen pregnancy and childbearing bring substantial social and economic costs through immediate and long-term impacts on teen parents and their children.

We learned about this in class and even one of my classmates did a project on it and showed it to the whole class. This will help me in my future classroom because I will be more aware of teacher younger females and more supportive because I only know so much what goes on in there lives

Bullying In The Classroom: The Ultimate Guide To Stopping It - Smart Classroom Management

It’s about protecting your students and their right to learn and enjoy school without being threatened, terrorized, or picked on.

We learned about this in class it really opened my eyes big time to the number of kids going through this horrible thing called bullying

How Teachers Can Help Students from Low-Income Households

Children from economically challenged households need respect, compassion and special guidance. Here's how teachers can help them out.

Very eyeopening learning about this topic and how many kids are actually lower income and still strive to have good grades

Mapping the Impact of Immigration on Public Schools | Center for Immigration Studies

This analysis merges Census Bureau data with Google maps to provide a visual representation of immigration's impact on public schools at the local level.

I think the thing I learned about this topic the most was just to be more understanding because the kids might not feel comfortable at school and thats your job to change that and be understanding of the certain barriers they might be facing

Kids Talk About Bullying (video) (for Parents) - KidsHealth

Hear what kids say about being bullied, and how they handle it.

Short video on Bullying

Peer Pressure Resources for Teachers - Videos & Lessons |

Help your students get a better understanding of the challenges of peer pressure using the informative teacher resources in this chapter. Share...

Couple lessons and videos on peer pressure for teacher

It's Not So Black and White: Discussing Race and Racism in the Classroom | Scholastic

Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D., offers advice on how to talk about race-related issues in a way that let students see themselves as agents of change and healing.

Learend about this in the class and personally if we stop it at the youth ages then I think we might be able to tone it down big time

Brown eyes and blue eyes Racism experiment (Children Session) - Jane Elliott

Jane Elliot Experiment with 3rd graders following the Assasination of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

We watched this in class and it really opens your eyes on how easy it is to be racist... crazy

How One Woman Reinvented School To Combat Poverty

Watch the next episode about Kelly Acevedo here: Subscribe! Dr. Tiffany Ande...

Watch as this women turns around a school in a poverty area

Teaching Diverse Populations - Education Week Teacher

Dr. Kelley L. Costner shares her “Seven Principles for Training Culturally Responsive Teachers” and responds to your questions on how to navigate cultural and social biases with colleagues and students. First of two parts.

Had to finish it off with the course name of course this is just an article on teaching diverse populations.

My bullying story | Teens Against Bullying

When I was in elementary school, I was a very happy and outgoing kid and had lots of friends. But when I started secondary school, some older kids started to bully and tease me. All my friends from elementary school left me because they didn’t want to be seen with me. At my school, everything was all about money and clothes. I had huge glasses and I was really ugly and everyone laughed at me. Then a boy (he was in 8th grade I think) started to follow me around. He called me names, took my stuff and made up rumors about me. One day he and his friends beat me up on the bus. No one wanted to be friends with me anymore. The n I became friends with two girls in my class. They started making up rumors about me. Everyone kept telling me what a bad person I was. In 6th grade, the bullying got even worse. Everyone said I was ugly and I should just kill myself. In 7th grade my mom made me attend afternoon classes (full-time school was voluntary at my school). The kids in afternoon class started bullying me, too. They followed me around and took photos of me in the bathroom to send them to the whole school. When I got home from school, I would go to my room and cry all evening. I never talked to anyone. My grades dropped and my teachers started to talk to my parents. They told them I was lazy and refused to participate. They knew I was bullied but they never did anything to stop it. Everyone hated me and I didn’t have a single friend. I just want to tell everyone who is going through the same: It gets better. I know it’s really hard, and you might feel like giving up sometimes, but you have to be yourself and stay confident. Don’t let them get to you. I know you’re suffering, but at some point you’ll be proud of yourself for all that you’ve been through. And if anyone judges you, it is their own problem. Those people have no idea what you’ve been through. They probably couldn’t even take it. But you had to take it. And you’re still here going on with your life.And that’s why you can be proud of yourself.