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.
Are you looking for culturally responsive ways to support English language learners? Based on our recently updated ELL best practices guide, this webinar presents specific tools and strategies for supporting ELLs in instruction, family engagement, classroom culture and school policies.
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.
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.
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.