This article includes resources for lesson plans, curriculum, classroom discussions, school climate, community resolutions, and art related to race and diversity.https://neaedjustice.org/black-lives-matter-school-resourc…/
Educators are working hard to balance instruction and routines with the ongoing effects of pandemic-related trauma. This article provides resources to help educators facilitate a sense of safety, connectedness and hope in their daily lessons. Tips for self-care and other tool kits/resources are also provided. https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/a-trauma-informed-approach-to-teaching-through-coronavirus?fbclid=IwAR04Dvb3lRW_pBVXsHy_M0aqzXn3RX_KKHzQnllceaDhf7jPsgWmvLiwYOg
Because a caring, relationship building approach is always a good idea. https://www.weareteachers.com/classroom-management-title-i/?fbclid=IwAR3KjU1yEyu8jXcXXIxwnnQg8J-sGf2PqbdJKIkD1Oe_ZDYN4CaCMHmurxA
Using audiobooks is a great way to provide multi-sensory reading that improves both decoding and comprehension skills as long as the reader follows along with the text while listening. Read more here.