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.
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.
Become a changemaker for your students by creating inclusive learning environments to support every student. Use TpT’s new resource collection of relevant, age-appropriate materials across subjects for grades PreK-12 to support your anti-racist and social justice teaching.
Educator, advocate, and author Kelisa Wing shares how you can support positive self and cultural awareness with your students and empower them to challenge systems of oppression.
Try these 9 resources for promoting diversity and inclusion in social studies, ELA, and other humanities subjects — and browse the full Teach for Justice collection to discover more ways to be a changemaker for students.