COHORT 3 - Summer 2022 National Blended Learning - Exploring Connections: The Intersections of Race, Gender, Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation (Facilitated Learning)

Content
1 module

Rating

Instructor
Andrea Baxter

Released
11 Jul 2022

Price
$0 - 100

Description

This course is designed for all school personnel. This unique training explores the relationships, commonalities, and intersectionality of race, gender, and sexual orientation. This training provides the definitions of key concepts and explores the impact of intersectionality on students. You will conclude the training by developing an action plan to support LGBTQ+ students who have multiple marginalized identities. 

Objectives

  • Define race, gender, and sexual orientation
  • Describe the impact that intersecting social identities have on LGBTQ+ and BIPOC people
  • Explain the difference between systemic oppression and systemic privilege¬†
  • Develop a plan to support students who, because of their intersecting identities, often face systemic barriers and disadvantage

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LGBTQ+ 4: The Intersections of Race, Gender, Gender identity, and Sexual Orientation (Facilitated Learning)-USE THIS ONE
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Added about 16 hours ago, by Jillian
Really great info. The project was a bit intense but definitely worthwhile and not as difficult as it seemed at first!
 
Added 22 days ago, by Andrea
 
Added 3 months ago, by Cassandra
The course was very informative
 
Added 4 months ago, by Melissa
I enjoyed "The intersections of Race, Gender, Gender identity, and Sexual Orientation" and learned about resources that I was previously unaware.
 
Added 4 months ago, by Alexander
A great class with great instructors
 
Added 4 months ago, by Anonymous
Great for any staff working with students in a modern setting.
 
Added 4 months ago, by Emily
Engaging and informative
 
Added 4 months ago, by Elnaz
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Added 4 months ago, by Cori Ann
Wonderful class!
 
Added 5 months ago, by Anonymous
There was a good deal of useful information in this course and the organization of it helped me better analyze how factors related to intersectionality may be impacting my students.

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