Building empathy for a «trouble-maker»
Chris was a student who struggled socially. He was in Sarah Fiarman’s mixed-grade class for two years, first as a fifth grader and then as a sixth. Of all the points working against Chris, the biggest was probably his reputation as a trouble maker. By the time Chris came into Sarah’s classroom as a fifth grader, most students in the school knew him as “mean” or “a bad kid” and were scared of him or disliked him. Sarah knew that if Chris was to become part of the classroom community, she would have to help the class and herself develop empathy for him and discover what Chris was really like behind the reputation.
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