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Fair Doesn't Have to Be Equal

by Christi Fultz
Maria Dismondy of Be the Difference has started a series of monthly linky parties called Make a Difference Monthly. In case you missed it, I've already blogged about empathy and respect. This month's topic is fairness. I hope my perspective of fairness isn't too far off from the mainstream because t...
  • Kate Cummings

    FREE Fair vs. Equal poster from Ms. Fultz's Corner. Perfect for classroom discussions about respecting differences. Great for classroom management too. - kids still need this reminder in middle school...

  • Jennifer Holbrook

    FREE Fair vs. Equal poster from Ms. Fultz's Corner. Perfect for classroom discussions about respecting differences. Great for classroom management too. This belongs in EVERY teachers classroom

  • Nina Flores

    Fair vs. Equal Poster. This is a super important lesson to teach kids from an early age, and especially crucial for successful integration of students with IEP's into the general education setting as well as overall differentiated instruction for ALL students. Many adults need to see this as well! I think I will put a poster like this in each of my offices at my schools.

  • Alisa Moran

    Ms. Fultz's Corner: Fair Doesn't Have to Be Equal. And I always teach this idea the first week of school

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