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Implementing LGBT-Inclusive History-Social Science Curriculum in California
Guidance for history-social science educators on how to best construct standards-based LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) -inclusive lessons.
Ready, Set, Respect!
Ready, Set, Respect! is a toolkit to prepare teachers for teaching about respect in elementary schools
Unheard Voices, an LGBT History Resource
Unheard Voices, an oral history and curriculum project that will help educators integrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) history, people and issues into their instructional programs.
Back-To-School Guide for Creating LGBT Inclusive Environments
Here are seven ideas for lesson plans and program to kick off the school year.
The Educator's Guide to LGBT Pride
The Educator's Guide to LGBT Pride will show you five easy ways you can celebrate LGBT Pride in your classroom.
Day of Silence: Resources for Educators and Families
Materials in this section can assist facilitate dialogue between educators and students, educators and parents as well as students and families.
Safe Space Kit
Make your school safe for LGBT youth. The Safe Space Kit features the Guide to Being an Ally, which provides concrete strategies for supporting LGBT students, educating about anti-LGBT bias and advocating for changes in your school.
K-12 Curricula and Lesson Plans
Free curricula and lesson plans for facilitating classroom discussion and engaging students in creating safer schools for all.
GLSEN's BookLink features videos and publications related to GLSEN's mission or other LGBT issues in education.
Training Workshops for Educators and Community Leaders
GLSEN's Educator Training Program is a workshop offered to educators and community leaders interested in gaining additional tools and resources to assist them in effectively developing trainings to address anti-LGBT bullying.
No Name-Calling Week
An annual week of educational activities aimed at ending name-calling of all kinds predominantly celebrated in middle school and elementary schools.
Educators' Guide to Ally Week
Use this guide to learn how educators can participate in Ally Week and support studentsí efforts.
Find a GLSEN chapter in your area.