Ideas for overcoming bias in the classroom

08/28/2014 | Edutopia.org

Fifth-grade teacher Lisa Mims writes in this blog post about the ways that teachers may -- consciously or subconsciously -- limit their students based on their personal biases about race, class and gender. Mims shares some ways she works to remove such limits in her class, including supplementing the curriculum with lessons that feature minorities or other cultures.

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