Throughout many curriculums, some voices are silenced. In order to engage students in a well-rounded education, teachers, curriculum writers and educational leaders must be intentional about centering diverse voices in the curriculum.
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You can incorporate these sources into the opening of a lesson, use them to stimulate discussions, or as a writing prompt. You can add the images to your lesson slide show to evoke a feeling or emotion to prompt students' thinking about diverse perspectives and experiences different from their own. Adding the sources to homework questions can also stimulate connections and critical thinking.
Get inspired by the curriculum resources below. Use some of the content or methods to add to your toolbox of teaching techniques.
In this set, we lifted the voices of women and girls across cultures.
This source set is about youth activism and the foundations of youth activism. In the K-2 band, the sources focus on the children's games and how these games build leadership and voice for youth activism. In the 3-5 and 6-12 bands, the materials shared explore youth activism.
This source set explores how art has been used as a form of activism. There are three sets of materials fo grades K-2, 3-5 and 6-12
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