Supporting All of Us: Teaching against Hate, Bias, and Injustice through Accurate and Inclusive Teaching (2021)
Of course we’ll continue to discuss our society accurately and work to include all in our society as equally valuable! This 5-event series focused on accurate and inclusive teaching, with some key organizations supporting educators right now. Hosted by Schooltalking, #USvsHate, and The Conscious Kid.
August 25, 2021 – Setting Norms for a Welcoming Classroom Ready to Discuss our Society and Treat Others with Respect
Featured Organization: Facing History & Ourselves
Explore Facing History & Ourselves’ “Back to School Toolkit” and hear from experienced educators about approaches to laying the groundwork for open, supportive, and reflective classrooms where students can discuss our society with honesty and rigor.
September 22, 2021 – Sharing Identities and Building Relationships
Featured Organization: “Where I’m From” poet George Ella Lyon and the National Writing Project
Join educators from around the country and the original poet herself, to explore this amazing poem and other activities to share complex identities and build relationship.
October 20, 2021 – Standing Up for Each Other
Featured Organization: Welcoming Schools
How do we create truly welcoming school climates that support all of us? Join Welcoming Schools and #USvsHate educators who are creating schools where everyone belongs.
November 17, 2021 – Teaching Facts to Counter Bias
Featured Organization: Schooltalking
No, it isn’t racist to pursue antiracism! Countering biases and ensuring necessary opportunity helps us all. Join educators pursuing equity across their school communities.
December 8, 2021 – Teaching Truth to Support All of Us
Featured Organization: Center for Antiracist Education (CARE)
Join a conversation about texts and teaching that engage the realities of our society, past, and present.