COHORT 2 - Summer 2022 National Blended Learning - Supporting Transgender, Non-Binary & Non-Conforming Students (Facilitated Learning)

Content
1 module

Rating

Instructor
Pamela West

Released
11 Jul 2022

Price
$0 - 100

Description

Supporting Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) Students is the last course in the NEA LGBTQ+ training series. In this course, we’ll learn about LGBTQ+ terminology, LGBTQ+ transitions, how to create safer schools for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC students, and how the Racial Justice in Education Framework flows through all these topics.

Objectives

  • Define and explain various terms related to the queer of “LGBTQ+” identities
  • Explain how transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming (also called GNC) students may choose to transition and make their identity public
  • Explain the specific challenges and needs of BIPOC students (Black, Indigenous & People of Color) who are transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming
  • Identify effective action steps to create safer learning spaces for transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming students

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LGBTQ+ 6: Supporting Transgender, Non-Binary & Gender Non-Conforming Students (Facilitated Learning)-USE THIS ONE
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Added 4 months ago, by Alexander
It was great.
 
Added 4 months ago, by Michele
Thank you to all for sharing your fears and successes.
 
Added 4 months ago, by Emily
Engaging and informative
 
Added 4 months ago, by Anonymous
Did it
 
Added 4 months ago, by Elnaz
n/a
 
Added 4 months ago, by Anonymous
Great class with lots of good, usable content
 
Added 5 months ago, by Sylvia
Course very insightful and meaningful. Thank you!
 
Added 5 months ago, by Cori Ann
This was a very informative course.
 
Added 5 months ago, by Christen
Excellent overview of best practices and general information!
 
Added 9 months ago, by Anonymous
Provided a collaborative space to brainstorm with other educators trying to make schools more inclusive. Would love to see more on legal protections in schools or maybe another course that is dedicated to that topic.

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