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Once students begin to understand their own identity (ME) and are curious about other students' identities (YOU), they can contribute to US.

Once students begin to understand their own identity (ME) and are curious about other students' identities (YOU), they can contribute to US.

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Nicole commented on This is ME & I Matter!

I agree that we need to move the conversation and I know that many students of color don't have an opportunity to share their ethnic identity in a positive way. Students need to explore first their characteristics that defy societies stereotypes then figure out a way to create change for others. ME, YOU, US...

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Nicole commented on This is ME & I Matter!

Yes, actually I show it often in my Latino Student Union because of the different variety between latino students and their experiences. I envisioned this as a supplemental video for a discussion started by the lesson I poster in the Discover phase https://collaborate.teachersguild.org/challenge/civic-education/research/me-you-us

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Nicole commented on Me, You, Us!

I do this lesson during the summer, 9th grade counts. It usually takes me 2, 60 minute periods.