Yesterday, I shared Lessons For The Derek Chauvin Trial & Its Aftermath, which included several previous “Best” lists, including New & Revised: A Collection Of Advice On Talking To Students About Race & Racism and HELPFUL RESOURCES FOR TEACHING ABOUT GEORGE FLOYD’S DEATH.
Now that a verdict has been reached, I know that many educators – including me – are figuring out lesson plans for tomorrow.
Many of the lesson ideas in those previous lists are very applicable. Here are a few lesson resources that are specifically about the Chauvin trial (the ones at the bottom are NEW additions):
Relief and reflection: After Chauvin guilty verdict, teachers and students look to the work ahead is from Chalkbeat.
Responding to the Chauvin Verdict is from Learning For Justice.
Lesson of the Day: ‘How Teachers Are Exploring the Derek Chauvin Trial With Students’ is from The NY Times Learning Network.
Derek Chauvin’s trial is a teachable moment. Here’s how classrooms are discussing it. is from USA Today.
Lesson Plan: How Derek Chauvin trial highlights trauma of police brutality is from the PBS NewsHour.
Accountability, Justice, and Healing After Derek Chauvin’s Trial is from Facing History.
What Is Your Reaction to the Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial? is from The NY Times Learning Network.
Teachers Address Derek Chauvin’s Guilty Verdict is from The NY Times.
Here’s a document our District developed with lesson ideas.
After Chauvin verdict, classroom discussions turn to racial justice and remembrance is from Chalkbeat.