In the linked article, Barbara Blackburn writes:
"I hear many people talk about tolerance and how we must
learn to be tolerant toward those who are different from us.
When we tolerate something, we put up with it temporarily
until it is gone. We tolerate a toothache, back pain, and
loud music coming from a neighbor’s house. Why would we ever
put what we do with children in the same category? Instead,
we should celebrate the differences of our children."
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powerful classroom activities you can incorporate immediately.
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