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HOW CAN WE SUPPORT BLACK STUDENTS? 1. Be a caring adult.


• Take an interest in the things that your students have going on. If they are part of a club, a team or if they have a spe- cific interest, ask about it.


• Once you have learned about the activi- ties in which they participate, follow up with them to see how it is going.


• Find ways to incorporate your students’ interests into your classroom activities.


• Give your students choice with respect to the topics they explore through inquiry.


2. Include culturally relevant and responsive representations of your students.


• Ensure your students see themselves in your classroom. This can be done both on the walls (with the posters you choose to post) and in the materials you choose to use with your students (read- ing materials from a diverse group of authors and perspectives).


• Pay close attention to these repre- sentations to ensure that they do not reproduce stereotypes or place Black characters in a position of inferiority.


3) Have high expectations for your students.


• Our perceptions of the abilities of our students can have a significant impact on their achievement.


• It is important you maintain high stan- dards for your students to ensure they are working to their full potential and achieving at their highest standard.


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ FEDERATION OF ONTARIO 17


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