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General Information about LGBTQ Curricula
Creating an LGBT-Inclusive Curriculum: A Guide for Secondary Schools
Bring LGBT inclusion and celebration of difference alive in the classroom with our inclusive curriculum guide. From choosing set texts in English to using LGBT-inclusive statistics in Maths, our curriculum guide can help you embed your inclusion work into every area of the curriculum.
Incorporate LGBT history, themes, and people into your curriculum! Ensure that your LGBT students see themselves reflected in your lessons. Create opportunities for all of your students to gain a more complex and authentic understanding of the world around them. Encourage respectful behavior, critical thinking, and social justice. Explore the lesson plans and find what works best for your classroom.
A Queer History of the United States for Young People Teacher's Guide
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