This November, we are thankful for you and all the work that you do to combat hate, bias and discrimination. At the Museum of Tolerance we are acutely aware of the unique role you all play for students, families and communities. We are grateful to work in partnership with you as we continue to advance anti-bias education and create inclusive and equitable schools.
Join us this month for the following free open enrollment institutes:
The Teaching Tolerance Curriculum (An Anti-bias Framework)
A partnership with Teaching Tolerance
Nov 18th-19, 2018 (Local participants only) Register Here
Nov 20th 20-21st, 2018 (Local participants only) Register Here
Young Adult Literature that Teaches the Importance of Identity, History, and Choices
A partnership with Facing History and Ourselves
Nov 26th-27th 2018 (Local participants only) Register Here
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What are we thinking about
As Thanksgiving approaches, we have one of our favorite articles from Teaching Tolerance titled TeachingThanksgiving in a Socially Responsible Way on our minds. We challenge you with this question – How will you honor the voices of Native communities and de-romanticize the often inaccurate narrative of Thanksgiving while maintaining positive themes about gratitude and comradery?
Elections can raise questions for students and their families. Explore how elections impact our country and countries across world with these free text sets and guiding questions from newsela!
- Elections from Around the World
- If Midterms were a test – voters would flunk
Native American Heritage Month - Native Voices 360 is a project of Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and provides free online teaching resources that allow educators to hold dialogue about Native communities throughout the school year. Please visit them online
to get started!
Hope to see you soon,
The Tools for Tolerance® for Educators Team
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