When tragedies occur, some people might say, "I don't care."
Really, that response may stem from lack of awareness, feelings of helplessness, or distance from the problem.

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1. Choose Your Own Ending

  • Select one of the envelopes at your table and read "Your Story" on the front.
  • Open the envelope and read the statements on each of the smaller envelopes.
  • Choose the statement with which you agree.
  • Then read the result of your choice from inside the envelope.

2. Once you have completed the activity, answer the group reflection questions:.
  • Why should we care about others?
  • How do you develop empathy in your students and build civic literacy?




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Data Dialogue
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