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10 Diversity Resources for Future Classroom

These are resources to be used in the classroom to help with diversity.

Website at https://www.amazon.com/Rosies-Family-adoption-story-Rosove/dp/0968835422

This is a book about a dog who was adopted into a family of a different breed. Throughout her journey she feels many different emotions being that sometimes she doesn't think she belongs in her family, since they aren't her real family, but she learns the lesson that family is all about loving and taking care of one another no matter where you come from. I plan to use this book in my classroom as a way for all students to feel accepted no matter their family situations.

Attached is a PDF file giving teachers different strategies on how to teach students who are English Language Learners. I plan to use this for myself when becoming a teacher to better understand students who might have a language barrier, and give myself resources in order to give them the best education I have to offer.

Bullying Videos for Kids: Did I Do The Right Thing? What to do when others bully | Educational Video

When Franky notices another student on the playground being bullied he wonders if he did the right thing. I plan to use this video in my classroom by showing it to students, so they can learn that the right thing to do when encountering a bully is to stand up to them, or go to a higher authority for help such as a teacher.

Website at https://researchguides.library.wisc.edu/c.php?g=177873&p=1169756

This website can give teachers a list of different interactive websites that they can use for lesson plans or learning new skills. I plan to use this in the future in my classroom as a resource to use for these students so they can feel included.

Website at https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/emotional-problems/Pages/Childhood-Depres...

This website is a resource for parents of any adolescent that is suffering from depression to use. It includes different things the parents can do, what adolescent depression actually is, and what they should do if they think their child is depressed. In my classroom, I can provide this to any parents who might think their child is suffering from depression.

WHAT IS DIVERSITY? EDUCATE KIDS - AWESOME

This is a video I plan to use in my future classroom to celebrate diversity. It's important for all kids to understand that it's okay to be different because that's what makes us unique, and that they are all accepted in the classroom.

This is a handbook for teachers that I plan to use myself on teaching students that come from poverty and trauma. Understanding this book can help me better teach students that come from these experiences, and allow myself to teach them the best I can.

Guide Helps Newcomer Students Families Navigate the U.S. School System | REL Northwest

This is a guide for parents of newcomer students that are English Language Learners. The guide (which is available in four languages) offers research-based guidance on the registration process, how families can get involved in their children's education, the rights every student has under U.S. law, and more.

Grace for President (Grace Series, 1)

When Grace's teacher reveals that the United States has never had a female president, Grace decides she wants to be the nation's first and immediately jumpstarts her political career by running in her school's mock election. Although she is going against an opponent who has all the male votes, Grace still thinks she will be better for the job. This book is a great to have in my future classroom as it is an example of diversity that students can read and learn from.

Lesson 5 - Prejudice and stereotypes | Equality and Human Rights Commission

This lesson explores prejudice and stereotypes through a fun thinking skills activity, before creating stereotypical images of boys and girls, and/or teenagers. I plan to use this in the future to have different ways of teaching students about prejudice and stereotypes.