How can educators intervene to stop students from teasing boys who like pink? What is the best way to support LGBTQ families? Is it possible to create a classroom environment where all students and their families feel welcome?
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Learn Ways to Develop a Gender and LGBTQ Inclusive School with Welcoming Schools Professional Development Training – Virtual or On-site!
New virtual trainings feature both synchronous interactive learning with experienced, expert trainers and asynchronous self-directed learning. Modules include embracing family diversity, supporting transgender and non-binary students, intersectionality, preventing bias-based bullying and creating LGBTQ and gender inclusive classrooms.
Booklists include: LGBTQ Inclusive, Embracing Family Diversity, Preventing Bias-Based Bullying; and Understanding Gender and Supporting Transgender and Non-Binary Students.
HRC Foundation teamed up with the National Education Association to create an educator checklist to support LGBTQ students during distance learning.
Includes books on anti-Black racism, Black history, skin color and racism experienced by Asian, Indigenous peoples and Latinx people.
What can you say when a student asks you, “What does ‘gay’ mean?” or “Why does she look like a boy?” Find ways to interupt gender and LGBTQ put-downs.