It can be hard to talk with students about discrimination. But when we as teachers talk about bullying prevention, often we’re talking about incidents that happen based on things like race and gender. So in October (and year-round), as we address bullying prevention methods, educators have an opportunity to have an honest dialogue with their students about discrimination.
But like we said, that isn’t always an easy conversation to have! Enter our social-emotional savior, Carmen Sandiego. In this episode of Carmen Sandiego’s Fearless Kids Around the World, we meet Devin Moore. Devin was bullied by students at his school who photoshopped him into racist imagery. Attending school became painful for Devin, because he knew he had to see his bullies every day. But Devin channeled this experience into art by writing poetry. So what can we learn about bullying prevention from Devin?
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