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Classroom Resources Collection

This is my list on different teaching tools that I will use in my future classroom.

Why diversity in classrooms matters | Parenting

Diversity is important in the classroom because it helps all of the children to feel validated or equal about who they are and where they come from. Without diversity children who are different won't feel accepted in the classroom and will feel too anxious to be able to complete wany of their work, or even come to you for help.

Sharing Immigrant Experiences in the Classroom | Edutopia

This is a website where immigrants shared their experiences. Immigration is important in the classroom because this is a growing country with a fast rising immigration community. This website is all about exploring the different perspectives of immigrants and helps students develop a deeper understanding of the meaning of citizenship.

Supporting Students From Immigrant Families | Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use our materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.




Jadah and I created a PSA about racism and how it should not be tolerated anywhere, but especially in the classroom. This video also touched on the shocking facts that happen in school that many people don't know about or even seem to care about.

ASCD Book: The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners, 2nd Edition

This is a teacher help book to help them understand how differentiated learning is benefitical and how to respond to the different needs. It also touches on how the differentiated instruction is the same it has just come into higher demand.

Keeping Parents Involved in the Classroom

keeping an open line of communication is the best way to stay engaged with the students. When the parents know what is going on then the students have a support system that is kept in the loop at all times, someone who is able to actually help the child. It also allows the community to come together and bring everyone's different skills together.

Happy in Our Skin by Fran Manushkin

Happy in Our Skin is a book that teaches children that everyone should be happy to be themselves no matter what color their skin is. It allows children to feel comfortable in the way they look.

Same, Same but Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw | Scholastic

this is a book about pen pals Elliott and Kailash. They discover that even though they live in different countries, they both love to climb trees, own pets, and ride school buses. It teachers children that even though others may seem so different because they live far away, look different, or don't talk like them, they aren't that different from one another.

6 Ways Teachers Can Welcome Immigrant Students & Their Families

this article talks about what other teachers and schools are doing to welcome immigrant students into their classrooms and even in the community. It emphasizes on making a plan and what to do incase anything goes wrong.

Differentiated Instruction: Resource Roundup | Edutopia

This is an article that contains different tools and advise that helps teachers and parents to help them adjust different clasroom instruction to fit the need of the child, and what the child needs.