On Juneteenth 2020, TpT premiered “Teach for Justice: A Conversation with Black Teacher-Authors,” featuring Tanya G. Marshall, Sara Fuller, and Jon Avery, and moderated by TpT’s Anthony Fowler. Read on for some of their powerful insights on anti-racism work.
In this post, Teacher-Author Belinda from BVG SLP offers eight ideas for educators looking to support Black Lives Matter and take action against racism.
In this resource round-up, you’ll find a variety of resources to support student needs across grade levels and subject areas — all created by LGBTQ+-identifying Teacher-Authors!
“To create an atmosphere that is safe for marginalized students, you elevate them as heroes and leaders in the classroom. You clearly and explicitly name their value and contributions in a way that does not commodify or tokenize their worth,” says 2nd grade teacher Derrick from Black and Bright in 2nd. In this post, he shares his ideas and personal experience with building inclusive classrooms
As we celebrate Pride this June, we’re reminded that, at its core, Pride is rooted in protest against oppression and the unwavering push for social change. Educators have an important role to play in having essential conversations with students around identity, racism, social justice and inclusivity. To help with this important work, we asked LGBTQ+ Teacher-Authors: “How can educators create inclusive classrooms where students can feel supported?” Read what they had to say.