Amanda Zullo, NBCT

Amanda Zullo has been teaching chemistry at Saranac Lake High School since 2005 where she was the first national board certified teacher in her district. She is an advocate for inquiry-based instruction that is student centered, facilitates student discourse, and contains real-world applications. You can follow her personal blog at Follow her on Twitter @Chemteach201.
Broadening Perspectives: Integrating Lessons in Multiculturalism
Amanda Zullo, NBCTSeptember 2, 2016

Editor’s Note: The following blog is from Amanda Zullo, an NBCT and a Hope Street Group 2016 National Teacher Fellow. This post was also published on the Hope Street Group blog and is reprinted with permission from the author. The original post can be found here.   This past March at an education conference, I asked a panel on multiculturalism and diversity about best practices to increase the multicultural teachings for my students, given their limited exposure to diversity in the school. The overwhelming response of “put your rich white kids on a bus and take them to a city”…

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