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          Last Thursday during our professional development time, the Roycemore faculty participated in a webinar offered by the Independent School Association of Central States (ISACS) on “Tools for Having Courageous Conversations Around Race, Culture & Beliefs” by Homa Tavanger.  The webinar was one of several activities that the faculty are participating in this year as part of our commitment to support diversity, equity, and inclusion at Roycemore. We will be continuing this work during our February Professional Development day, organized by our faculty diversity committee.

          策略之一,在网络研讨会强调了tavanger是“听时,它是很难的。”我想到正是很好的建议是这样的话题是多元化和包容性,或几乎任何东西。听力是在我们今天的社会实践太少了,但是,我们可以仅通过聆听学习了这么多。我们要听的时候很辛苦,而且当它不是。  

          聆听开辟了空间的理解。

          听提供了一个机会同情。

          聆听有助于我们少评判。

          倾听就是爱。

          当我的女儿在高中,并通过一个艰难的时刻我担心这么多约她一起去。我想知道在她的头是怎么回事。我想确定她是好的。我问太多的问题与谁担心妈妈的焦虑。我的丈夫,她非常明智的继父,建议我停止问问题。他说:“亲爱的,我知道这很困难,但是当她正准备她会分享。”这是令人难以置信的困难。我正准备说话!她一定是太。但我愿意是她没有准备好。最终,她已经准备好,慢慢地,渐渐地,她分享了她想和大家分享。她需要的份额。我们越来越近,结果。我的丈夫是正确的。我需要listen-即使它很难。

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