Teaching students to embrace diversity and combat stereotypes is critical in any classroom. For support in this important work, you can turn to these 10 Teach for Justice resources for teaching students about stereotypes, diversity, and difference.
During Black History Month — and throughout the year — we’re proud to celebrate the expertise of the Black educators in the TpT community. Make your online lessons more interactive and engaging using these digital resources created by Black Teacher-Authors!
February is Black History Month, one of the many times of year when it’s important to recognize and reflect on the deep history of Black Americans and to celebrate their achievements, past and present. Here are 9 resources from Black Teacher-Authors that you can use to honor this history this month, and every month.
Racism, privilege, and bias are challenging but important topics for students to understand. With these 10 resources, you can help your students recognize and address racial inequity in their lives and the world beyond.
These 8 resources from TpT’s Teach for Justice collection can help you be a changemaker for your students. Use them to support equity and inclusivity with anti-racist and social justice teaching practices in your secondary classroom.