Teaching Tolerance Workshops

Teaching Tolerance is hitting the road! During spring 2018, we’re offering professional development workshops in these cities: Denver, Colorado; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In each location, our teaching and learning team will host two daylong workshops: Social Justice Teaching 101 and Facilitating Critical Conversations. Join us for one or both!
The cost of each workshop is $35; this fee covers the workshop materials, breakfast and lunch, and a certificate of completion for credit hours. Group rates are available.
We'll announce locations for our next round of workshops later this spring. Have questions or want to let us know where we should go next? Please contact us.

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from the experts and to network with like-minded educators. Space is limited—register today!

These workshops are for K-12 classroom teachers and administrators or those who work with or coach classroom teachers and administrators.

Upcoming Workshops

TT Workshops Denver

May 11, 2018 | Social Justice Teaching 101

This event is sold out and the waitlist is full.

May 12, 2018 | Facilitating Critical Conversations

This event is sold out and the waitlist is full.


DoubleTree by Hilton Denver

3203 Quebec Street

Denver, CO 80207

TT Workshops Philadelphia

June 1, 2018 | Social Justice Teaching 101

This workshop helps teachers learn how to effectively implement culturally responsive instruction in their classrooms. Participants will explore practical strategies for accomplishing academic and social-emotional goals side by side. They’ll discuss learning conditions that honor all identities and reflect diversity, equity and justice. And they’ll plan to make culturally responsive practices part of a larger individual, school and community action strategy.


June 2, 2018 | Facilitating Critical Conversations

This workshop helps teachers learn how to talk openly about the historical roots and the contemporary manifestations of social inequality and discrimination. Participants will explore strategies for facilitating critical conversations with students and colleagues. They’ll engage in personal reflection and examine some commonly held beliefs and biases that influence educators’ abilities to be responsive to all students. And they’ll plan student-centered instruction and investigate ways to teach about implicit bias, race, racism and other critical topics. 


DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Philadelphia West

640 Fountain Road

Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462