I think that we are trying to build a reputation with these students that they may be open and vulnerable with us if they so choose to, so when someone is resistant to some parts, I believe it’s great to open up a moment of respectful dialogue. Far be it for us to tell them that what they learned is wrong, but we want them to be able to think about things in a different light that may differ from the dominant story. However, we can’t let them hijack the session, and unfortunately have to agree to disagree when they continue to rebuke the information we present.
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