Middle East Center K-12 Teaching Ambassador Fellowship

Source: Middle East Center: University of Pennsylvania Description: The responsibilities of a Middle East Center Teaching Ambassador, are a K-12 teacher in Philadelphia who will promote events and opportunities from the Middle East Center to the K-12 community, teach a course using the provided online subscription module, and provide feedback on how the Middle East…
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Global Citizen Fellowship for Philadelphia Area Teachers

Source: Middle East Center, Tellal Institute, GEMS Education Description: An immersive language and teaching workshop in Dubai open to Philadelphia area teachers. The fellows will develop a weekly Global Citizenship program for their own classrooms, coordinate with a partner class and teacher in the United Arab Emirates. The fellowship will culminate in 12 hours of…
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Teaching Tolerance Educator Grants

Source: Teaching Tolerance Description: Teaching Tolerance Educator Grants support educators who embrace and embed anti-bias principles throughout their schools. These grants, ranging from $500-$10,000, support projects that promote affirming school climates and educate youth to thrive in a diverse democracy. The grants fund projects on three levels: school, classroom and district. Website: www.tolerance.org/about/educator-grand-guidelines
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Teaching Tolerance Magazine

Source: Teaching Tolerance Description: Teaching Tolerance provides timely articles to make you think and publications that are perfect for sharing and discussing with colleagues. These resources are designed to help educators improve their practice and turn K-12 schools into strong communities where all students have the opportunity to learn. Website: www.tolerance.org/magazine
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Teaching Tolerance Professional Development

Source: Teaching Tolerance Description: Teaching Tolerance provides a range of materials for educators: learning modules that make you think, presentations you can share and hands-on workshops with our expert trainers. These resources help teachers improve their practice and help K–12 leaders shape their schools into strong, equitable communities. Opportunities include attending in-person workshops, viewing free…
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273 Interactive Learning Techniques

Source: Dr. Kevin Yee, Academy of Teaching and Learning Excellence at University of South Florida Description: A comprehensive listing of 273 interactive techniques for student engagement. Techniques are listed for a variety of settings and contexts: lectures, partner work, group work, individual work, assessments, using YouTube and Twitter, using clickers, games, icebreakers, homework, role-play, student…
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Trans FAQs and Terms Guide

Source: Philadelphia Office of LGBT Affairs Description: This is a brief and useful introductory resource for those who wish to know more about the trans community, the definitions and correct usage of common words and concepts, and the answers to FAQs, including questions about pronouns, restrooms, and transitioning. A great resource for teachers, parents, friends,…
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Philadelphia Resources for LGBTQ Youth

Source: Philadelphia Office of LGBT Affairs Description: A quick guide for teachers, counselors, and others who work with Philadelphia LGBTQ youth. Lists info for service organizations serving LGBTQ youth. Website: www.phila.gov/media/20180511151850/Philadelphia-Resources-for-LGBTQ-Youth-1.pdf
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“The Liberation of Jane Johnson”

Source: The Library Company Description: The Library Company of Philadelphia is an independent research library concentrating on American society and culture from the 17th through the 19th centuries. Free and open to the public, the Library Company houses an extensive non-circulating collection of rare books, manuscripts, broadsides, ephemera, prints, photographs, and works of art. Our mission…
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Global Read Webinar Series

Source: Global Read Webinar Series Description: These are words educators use to describe World View experiences. World View has provided high-quality global professional development for educators since 1998. We equip K-12 and community college teachers, administrators and staff with knowledge, best practices, and resources that prepare students to engage with our interconnected and diverse world. Website: https://worldview.unc.edu/2018-global-read-webinar-series/
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