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How to Talk About What's in the News: A Lesson Plan

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Topics: Instructional Strategies, Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Digital Resources, Lesson Plan

12 Resources to Help Stop Anti-Asian Bias in Your Classroom

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Topics: Instructional Strategies, Self-Care, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Digital Resources, Equity, Teaching with Equity, teacher resources

3 Key Questions Educators Need to Ask About Microaggressions

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Topics: diversity, Educator Coaching, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Equity, Teaching with Equity

Are You Teaching Black History in a Culturally Responsive Way?

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Topics: Instructional Strategies, Holidays, Black History Month, Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Teaching with Equity, teacher resources

New Course Feature: An Educator’s Guide to Global Thinking

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Topics: Learners Edge News, Courses, Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Equity, Teaching with Equity

Equality vs. Equity: 4 Videos to Help Facilitate Equity in the Classroom

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Topics: Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Distance Learning, Equity, Teaching with Equity

New Course Sneak Peek: Creating an Anti-Racist Classroom

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Topics: Courses, Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Distance Learning

3 Ways to Support BIPOC Students in the Classroom

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Topics: Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Distance Learning

Teaching Online with Equity in Mind: Course Sneak Peek

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Topics: Culturally Responsive Teaching, Distance Learning, Teaching with Equity

Teacher Learning Activity: Understanding & Interrupting Implicit Bias

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Topics: Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching

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