Identity Safe Classrooms: How To Create Them

The stereotype threat

  • validated and did not ignore differences;
  • treated diversity as a valuable resource for learning;
  • created belonging and inclusion;
  • attended to positive relationships with their students and among students;
  • gave students a voice, encouraged cooperation and fostered developed autonomy;
  • ensured a deep understanding of the curriculum.

Identity Safety Guiding Principles

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