Classroom Supports → Inclusive Schools

Free Apple Podcast: Be Anti-Racist with Ibram Kendi

This is a great podcast for educators to think critically about what anti-racism means and looks like in different spaces. Dr.Kendi takes listeners through what society may look like if the foundation was anti-racism through critical reflections and practical insights.

Free Apple Podcast: Be Anti-Racist with Ibram Kendi

Freedom Reads: Introduction to the Series

Freedom Reads are a series of videos that introduce educators/anyone working with young children to various different children’s literature. These recommendations of children’s literature are through an anti-bias lens can be used to have meaningful and critical conscious conversations with students.

Freedom Reads: Introduction to the Series

8 Podcasts That Help You talk to Kids About Race

A great list of curated podcasts to help educators and all with young people in their lives to have important discussions of race in age appropriate and accessible ways. There are lots of practical strategies to bring into the classroom and or into the home.

8 Podcasts That Help You talk to Kids About Race

ADL Fighting hate for Good

This website has a lot of comprehensive professional development articles for educators, lesson plan ideas, blog posts and other resources. All focused on teaching and learning from an anti-racism stance.

ADL Fighting hate for Good

Asian American K-12 Resources Padlet

This Padlet is filled with many resources focused on teaching students about anti-Asian hate. The information is very comprehensive and organized for students in K-Grade 12. A very important resource to combat anti-Asian racism and help students learn the importance of creating inclusive spaces for people of all identities.

Asian American K-12 Resources Padlet

Unlearn

Unlearn is an organization working to bring equity theory to practice in tangible and practical ways in the classroom and school setting. On their website they have lots of posters and teaching tools. On their twitter platform they share a lot of free images that help educators engage in professional development as well as then bring the learning to their students. The organization shares words like microaggressions, gaslight and other important terminology in very reader and student friendly way.

Unlearn

Edutopia: A Culture of Kindness in Early Childhood Classrooms

A great website with lots of important, reflective and interactive articles. This article is very important because it provides educators with practical and tangible tips to build a culture of kindness in their classrooms for the youngest learners.

Edutopia: A Culture of Kindness in Early Childhood Classrooms

Teaching Beyond the Surface

A great and comprehensive website with blog posts, lesson plans, podcasts and other resources for many different subjects with an equity stance that push students to engage in deep thinking.

Teaching Beyond the Surface

Educate 2 Empower Publishing

There are a lot of free resources on this website focused on teaching students about body safety, consent and gender equality. There are lots of practical and accessible posters and activities that are in student friendly language. The free resources make this tough topic accessible for students.

Educate 2 Empower Publishing

Yes I’m Hot In This

This is a document on this website that explains how educators can accommodate their Muslim students during Ramadan. Educators are encouraged to create inclusive and safe spaces for their students through intentional actions.

Yes I’m Hot In This