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Teach Their Eyes Were Watching God from an anti-racist lens! This Unit includes a sample calendar with a reading plan and discussion questions, engaging activities and writing prompts, digital classroom posters, and additional resources.
In this comprehensive package, we offer an intentional framework to help educators center their SEL approach in anti-racism. Includes scope & sequence framework, 3 downloadable mini-lessons, and additional resources.
Building off our introductory Anti-Racist SEL Package, Anti-Racist SEL 2.0 offers SIX new mini-lessons, ONE online workshop, and a LIVE working session, providing real-time support and feedback.
Teach Parable of the Sower from an anti-racist lens! It incorporates Afro-futurism and lenses of disability justice and intersectionality. This Unit includes a sample calendar with a reading plan and discussion questions, an Introductory slideshow, engaging activities and writing prompts, and additional resources.
Have a lesson or unit plan you think our community could benefit from? We are looking to add STEAM, History, Arts education, and so much more to our store. Contact us to learn more about how to host your lesson or unit plan, course, or webinar. Priority is given to Black, Indigenous, & creators of the Global Majority, LGBTQIA2S+ creators, creators with disabilities, neurodiverse creators, religiously diverse, and all other creators for whom these categories are too limited.
This mini-course is for white people with a baseline understanding of race, racism, and anti-racism, and a desire to move from passive learning to active accountability. Key to this process is reflection, which is the root of this course.
Our two-hour, introductory course that uses a self-reflexive model to review terms that all persons who are engaging in anti-racist work should know, provide their methodology for deconstructing language that has been historically used to marginalize students, and review practical examples of how language can be used to shift perspectives.
This mini-course is for elementary teachers who want to better understand how gender-based stereotypes show up in their classrooms, and how to create classrooms where all of their students can be themselves, regardless of gender identity or expression.
This introductory mini-course is for any individual, equity team, organization, etc., looking to begin their anti-racist work. Participants will get an overview of anti-racism, racial justice, healing, and so much more. It is designed to inspire and encourage further learning and unlearning. It includes a downloadable workbook.
This mini-course explores and utilizes theatre practices and techniques to facilitate embodied, liberatory learning. This workshop is not just for theatre educators; in fact, teachers in other disciplines are encouraged to take this mini-course to reflect on meaningful integration.
This internationally viewed webinar explores writing techniques that are trauma & healing informed. Participants will explore ways that the essay writing process can unsettle students who may be writing about traumatic experiences and other writing exercises for students to choose from.
There is more than one way to define safety for Black students in schools. This panel featured the work of abolitionists, authors, scholars, educators, and activists. Each of the panelists challenged the single story of safety, centering the experiences of Black students. Additionally, they share some action steps schools can take to create safer schools for Black students.
The panelists on this panel discuss what trauma is, how trauma manifests in the classroom, provide trauma-informed strategies, and so much more.
Art has the power to transform every classroom. Panelists discuss the healing, grounding, and transformative work of art and ways that schools can incorporate more arts programming and practices in their classrooms.
We are providing our own private networking and community for white educators looking to grow in their anti-racist journies with a community of educators from across the country! In community we will move from understanding care as a passive act and explore what it means to care for ourselves and others as active accountability in solidarity with others. Our multi-leveled membership program welcomes anyone looking to deepen their practice. Membership includes access to our community network, monthly accountability emails, events, and so much more!
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