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ADL: Rosalind’s Classroom Conversations: Are Boy’s That Easy

October 28th, 2014

“Boys are easy and girls are hard.” It’s one of the most common things we say about children and I’ve come to believe it’s one of the most damaging. Think […]

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ADL: Rosalind Wiseman Rosalind’s Classroom Conversations – The Unspoken Messages of Dress Codes: Uncovering Bias and Power

September 9th, 2014

A few days before I started sixth grade at a private school, I went with my mother to buy uniforms. While she beamed, I miserably pulled the green and white […]


TIME Op Ed: Why Teens Are Turning to Human Growth Hormones for the ‘Perfect’ Body

July 28th, 2014

A generation aware of the risks of eating disorders now has performance – enhancing drugs available at a click – but not much information on their possible side effects. A […]

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ADL: Rosalind’s Classroom Conversations – League of Lessons: Why Gaming Matters

July 25th, 2014

I was in the middle of a presentation to three hundred middle schoolers when a boy’s arm shot straight up so desperately that I thought it would separate from his […]


ADL: Rosalind’s Classroom Conversations – The Power of Real Apologies in a Fake Apology World

May 26th, 2014

The Power of Real Apologies in a Fake Apology World Rosalind’s Classroom Conversations, May 2014 Apologies require the highest level of human capacity—mindful self-reflection and the ability to acknowledge another […]


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