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Want to better support LGBTQ students in your classroom? Based on our brand-new Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ Students, this webinar models how to create an inclusive classroom culture and build an intersectional curriculum that incorporates queer history and perspectives.
Join Rock the Vote and Teaching Tolerance for a timely webinar on how you can engage your students and school community in our diverse democracy.
With Teaching Hard History, we’re calling on American educators, curriculum writers and policy makers to confront the fact that slavery and racial injustice are not only a foundational part of the nation’s past, but a continuing influence on the present.
Can your students tell the difference between real news and “fake” news? Do they have the tools to speak up when they witness offensive speech online? Teaching Tolerance is proud to introduce our newest collection of K–12 lessons to help students learn to be responsible digital citizens.
This session examines the five essential practices for teaching about the Civil Rights Movement, educate for empowerment, know how to talk about race, capture the unseen, tell a complicated story and connect to the present.
Need tips for responding to student behavior and keeping learning on task? We created this webinar for you, with input from over 1,200 educators who completed our classroom management survey.
In this second part of the Let's Talk! series, educators will learn how to lead powerful conversations about the 2016 election and consider the effects of political rhetoric on vulnerable students, civil discourse and school climate.
In this webinar, participants will learn how to use Reading Diversity to select texts that reflect their students' identities and offer them windows into the diverse lived experiences of others.
Are you looking for fun and creative ways to engage your students in anti-bias learning? This webinar will feature entertaining team-building activities you can use in your classroom tomorrow.
View this webinar to learn how the anti-bias standards can dovetail with your curriculum and subject-specific standards to help students develop anti-bias attitudes and social emotional skills.
This webinar will prepare educators to use the approximately 45 days between the King holiday and the end of February to engage all students in recognizing and understanding how black Americans have moved United States and world history forward. Join Teaching Tolerance as we share practices and strategies for celebrating the contributions of African Americans, whether they are household names or unsung heroes.
"How does my conduct affect the school-to-prison pipeline?" This webinar invites teachers, counselors, building and district leaders, and school resource officers to consider this question.
Use this webinar to learn how you can help your high schoolers engage with individuals from vastly different religious and cultural backgrounds in the wider world.
View this webinar to learn about how you can help your students understand the use of primary sources to discuss the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the events and people surrounding it.
View this webinar to learn more about how you can enable middle level students to express their own identities while learning about diverse religious and nonreligious beliefs.
Use this webinar to learn about the importance of maps and context when learning about the Civil Rights Movement and the long struggle for freedom.
Don't miss this webinar where you'll learn about nine essential areas to cover when the teaching and learning about the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Participants analyze an image from the Library of Congress' collections and discuss questioning techniques that help students build an understanding about the complexity of the Civil Rights Movement.
Don't miss this webinar where we explore ways to teach elementary level students about religion and religious differences, all while promoting empathy and respectful curiosity among students.
This webinar walks participants through the teaching guide for Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. The guide provides resources and support educators and students need to explore the critical social justice issues at the center of Alexander's work.