When is going against the crowd the right thing to do?
Peer pressure is real. Many students choose to follow the crowd to avoid the repercussions of not following. They feel safer, less alone. It doesn’t mean the followers fully "buy in" to the crowd beliefs or actions, but the act of standing outside the crowd feels scary. Is there a good time to face that fear and go against the crowd? How does one do it and avoid being ostracized or humiliated by the crowd?
Join Steve and Dan Fouts and special guest educators, Jim Plaza, Jason Janczak, and Paul Solarz, for an unforgettable conversation that you can recreate in your classroom!
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