We are pleased to announce that we now offer the Social Justice Standards Workshop created by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance). This is a 4 hr professional development experience for classroom educators and out of school time professionals.
What are Social Justice Standards?
The Social Justice Standards are a road map for anti-bias education at every stage of K–12 instruction. Comprised of anchor standards and
age-appropriate learning outcomes, the Standards provide a common language and organizational structure educators can use to guide
curriculum development and make schools more just and equitable.
Divided into four domains—Identity, Diversity, Justice and Action (IDJA)—the Standards recognize that, in today’s diverse classrooms, students need knowledge and skills related to both prejudice reduction and collective action. Together, these domains represent a continuum of engagement in anti-bias, multicultural and social justice education.
How long is the workshop?
The workshop is four hours in duration.
What will be covered during the workshop?
The workshop addresses six topics:
- Introduction to the Vocabulary of Social Justice
- The Social Justice Standards
- Antibial Concepts Underpinning the Social Justice Standards
- Ideas for Implementation and Support Materials
- Creating a Social Justice Integration Plan
- Implementing your Integration Plan/Reflection
How can I schedule the workshop?
To request information on presenter qualifications and availability email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the cost of the workshop?
The cost of the workshop is $400 for up to 20 participants.
If you have a group larger that 20 please email email@example.com for a quote.