The educator toolkit is an introductory course to diversity, equity, inclusion, and decolonization in the classroom. This program offers big concepts in bite size chunks, while supporting the development of an educators knowledge and skills that can be used in the classroom setting. The four key modules of the program include: - Content in the Classroom - Language Use - Use of Voice - Anti-Oppressive Practices As an educator, it is critical to better understand our perspective and what narrative we are portraying in our classroom. Throughout this program, you will be encouraged to reflect on your own practice and plan for a more equitable future.
Gender Inclusive Classrooms
In this course, we will learn more about the challenges that 2SLGBTQ+ students face. We will look at why inclusive language is so important. We will review current terminology and definition to better understand the gender spectrum and gender identities. We will look at principles of human rights and equity to improve school culture in order to build capacity and to support the learning of all students. We will provide a list of best practices on how to create gender inclusive classrooms for all. This e-course offers research and perspectives that foster gender inclusive language.
unlearn. Poster Pack 2
Critical thinking by design. Provide rich learning experiences to learners of all ages. We often hear that educators and managers struggle to find critical thinking resources that can be used with students and staff at all ages and learning levels. Unlearn has created a tool for every learner. Poster Pack 2 features a collection of 24 designed and curated images as an equity and inclusion resource which helps to stimulate social and emotional learning through critical thinking. This resource was developed to help educators and managers create a path to identify and illuminate discriminatory practices and ensure that students and staff are given an opportunity to see themselves and their colleagues reflected in their learning, and empowering everyone to have a transformational dialogue about equity and human rights. For educators, this resource helps to strengthen inclusive and culturally responsive and relevant teaching practices. We have helped educators to improve student engagement and achievement and inspire positive change in their classrooms in schools. Topics addressed: Indigenous experiences, mental health and well-being, social media addiction, cyberbullying, inclusion, student achievement, poverty, accessibility, ableism, racism, power, privilege and more. General conditions: - Annual, individual and non-transferable subscription. - Designs are watermarked and downloadable.