COHORT 1 - Summer 2022 National Blended Learning - Walking the Talk: Classroom Strategies for Addressing LGBTQ+ Bias (Facilitated Learning)

Content
1 module

Rating

Instructor
Wanda Newman

Released
11 Jul 2022

Price
$0 - 100

Description

In this course, you will learn how to identify where you may hold an unconscious bias, and explore classroom strategies to address specific anti-LGBTQ+ bias. In addition, you will learn the core tenants of anti-bias, antiracist education and develop action plans to ensure your curriculum, instructional materials, and approach are inclusive and welcoming to all students. 

Objectives

  • Understand key terminology related to race, education justice, and LGBTQ+
  • Explain how bias in schools impacts LGBTQ+ and BIPOC students
  • Incorporate inclusive curriculum in your work with students
  • Apply an anti-bias, antiracist lens to your teaching practice
  • Develop and LGBTQ+ and BIPOC-inclusive unit or lesson plan to address bias in the classroom

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LGBTQ+ 2: Walking the Talk: Classroom Strategies for Addressing LGBTQ+ Bias (Facilitated Learning)-USE THIS ONE
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Added 3 months ago, by Karen
Wonderful class! I am busy starting my school year, but this class was well worth the time I devoted to it.
 
Added 3 months ago, by Jenny
 
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Added 3 months ago, by Rachel
Awesome class! Helpful for developing an understanding of issues facing LGBTQ+ students
 
Added 3 months ago, by Catherine
 
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
The class cost $100 for resources I could have found on my own. Instructor was kind of unprepared and the classes were boring. Kind of disappointed because I expected more engagement and interaction from a class that teaches educators.
 
Added 3 months ago, by Monica
This course educated me on the LGBTQ community and provided me with many resources to engage my students and create a more inclusive classroom. It was awesome to connect with other educators who share the same interests and also see the need for engaging and becoming allies for the LGBTQ students we encounter in our buildings.
 
Added 3 months ago, by Jennifer
 
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