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Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility 

Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility works hand in hand with educators to create caring, productive, and equitable schools where students learn the skills they need to contribute to their communities—from the classroom to the world. The Center was founded in 1982 by educators who saw that young people were key to a future without war and hatred. Each year we partner with hundreds of preK-12 schools to help them foster social & emotional learning and restorative practices through our research-based programs. On our teacher resource website, TeachableMoment.Org, we share timely lessons that use issues in the news to promote social awareness and responsibility.

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Culturally Responsive Instruction: Tools to Create a Welcoming Classroom for All
  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS, PD
Join Dionne Grayman, Marieke Van Woerkom and Share My Lesson in this participatory workshop on culturally responsive instruction where Morningside...
Taking on Implicit Bias in the K-12 Classroom
  • Classroom Management
  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS, SS
Join Marieke van Woerkom and Dionne Grayman of Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility and Share My Lesson in this highly interactive...
#METOO:  It's About Power
  • Current Events
  • High School
Through tweets, readings, and small-group discussion, students grapple with the #MeToo movement, and how it relates to the power – or lack of power...
Feminism in 2017
This activity uses tweets to have students consider some of the events that put feminism on the front burner in 2017 – from the women’s march to the...
Farmworkers Fight Abuse And Win: Labor Rights Lesson
In this lesson on labor rights, students learn about and discuss the remarkable success of an organization of farmworkers that is fighting abuse and...
Intersectionality: What Is It? How Can It Help Us?
Students learn about the term "intersectionality," and consider what role it played in the 2017 and 2018 Women's Marches. Like this resource on...
Harvey Weinstein & the Culture of Silence
  • Current Events
  • High School
This activity uses a circle format to engage students in sharing their thoughts and reactions to the Weinstein case, using tweets from a variety of...
Overcoming Hate: A Circle on the Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre
  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
Students share their thoughts and feelings in the wake of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre, view and discuss a video about hate crimes, and hear the...
Youth Lead a Climate Strike
On September 20, 2019, students around the world participated in a climate strike to demand immediate action on the global climate crisis. In this...
Climate Strike: Images & Voices
After a worldwide youth climate strike, students share their thoughts and reflections, including through images and signs from the strike.