Creating a Virtual Space in Education – Why Representation Matters

All students deserve a space where they can connect without feeling judged. Marquita Hill George creates a virtual one after conversations with minority females at Hahnville High School. She sets the clear expectation of positive vibes only and reinforces how and why representation matters in education.

What are some encounters you have had recently that reminded you why representation matters? What are some ways you create safe spaces for others?

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Check out other pieces from this Tutu Tuesdays Series:

  1. Cultivating the Student and Teacher Relationship
  2. Make Room for Student Strengths
  3. Finding Your Why as a Teacher – Making Connections
  4. Creating Purpose as a Teacher – Find Joy

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