Lesson series

 Islamophobia

In this course, participants will deepen their understanding of what Islamophobia is, what it looks like in schools and society, and the impact it has on students and families. They will have the opportunity to reflect on unlearn designs as provocations that connect to individual and systemic aspects of Islamophobia. Resources will be provided to encourage participants to continue to build their understanding of Islamophobia so that they can work to dismantle it in their schools and classrooms. 
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Meet the instructor

Shazia Sheikh

Shazia has been an Ontario educator for over 20 years. As a classroom teacher, she is committed to social justice, equity and environmental education. Her most recent experiences include being a Classroom Teacher, Student Work Study Teacher and an Instructional Coach. Currently, Shazia is an Equity Resource Teacher.

Shazia has supported system wide professional learning in Literacy, Numeracy, Equity, Anti Black Racism, Islamophobia, and Culturally Relevant and Responsive Pedagogy. She is passionate about anti oppressive education and developing inclusive curriculum that affirms the identities of all students.
Patrick Jones - Course author