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Suicidal ideation and mental health issues are alarming amongst LGBTQ+ youth. With ASCA standards in mind, this curriculum, designed for virtual or in person programs, is a 6 week small group the help students feel seen, heard, and connected. Topics include: self expressionreframing negative stateme
Let your LGBTQ+ students know that your room is a safe space to be in!
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Try these free worksheets from LGBTQ+ Youth: A Guided Workbook to Support Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. Click here to purchase the full version!The most comprehensive, practical and user-friendly workbook written specifically for clinicians and educators to engage and support lesbian, gay
Proyecto interactivo que incluye los 3 modos de comunicación (Interpretar, Interpersonal y Presentacional) en español. La meta de este proyecto es que los estudiantes investiguen a un afro-latino de Estados Unidos o Latinoamérica ya sea en la política, la literatura, las artes, el cine, la televisió
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Thank you for your interest in my Full Month Women's History Month presentation. This resource has a new trailblazing woman for 23 days, the amount of weekdays in March.The resource is social justice and diversity focused, with mentions of Black Lives Matter, Trans people, Disability Rights, and Nat
This curriculum is designed to be used in a high school setting with students who identify as LGBTQ+ to improve school performance and emotional regulation. Through increased knowledge about the practice of mindfulness, students will improve their own ability to cope with current stressors related t
78-slides, can be used for a workshop or part of a unit of student/youth mental health-topics include, but are not limited to: what’s behind suicide? risk factors, suicide in Canada, sex differences in teen suicide in Canada, protective factors, LGBTQ and suicide, bullying and suicide, warning signs
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Thank you for your interest in my SAMPLE Women's History Month presentation. This resource is a **SAMPLE** with 5 days of youth activists. The full presentation is available here.The resource is social justice and diversity focused, with mentions of Black Lives Matter, Trans people, Disability Right
About the BookThis all-star anthology covers fourteen youth activists calling for changeand fighting for justice across the United States. These change-makersrepresent a wide range of life experiences and causes, including racialjustice, clean water, LGBTQ+ rights, mental health, and more. Beautiful
About the BookThis all-star anthology covers fourteen youth activists calling for change and fighting for justice across the United States. These change-makers represent a wide range of life experiences and causes, including racial justice, clean water, LGBTQ+ rights, mental health, and more. Beauti
This room is free and encouraged to be shared to support LGBTQ+ Youth. October is bullying prevention month and I've created this room as a conversation and activity starter and resource to to share. This room has direct links to crisis chat, text and phone through the Trevor Project and also has ad
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
An excellent year-long resource to engage and inspire your students showing them that youth are actively changing the world. This resource has 40+ diverse youths who have changed or impacted the world positively in some way. Each youth has a page listing their age, where they were born, and what the
Grades:
4th - 12th
This activity guide was created to use with the all-star anthology about fourteen youth activists calling for change and fighting for justice across the United States. These change-makers represent a wide range of life experiences and causes, including racial justice, clean water, LGBTQ+ rights, men
Small sign to hang outside of your classroom, office or on your door to let students know that an area is a safe space for LGBTQ+ youth.
Grades:
PreK - 12th
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Great for anyone to use with students, staff, friends, families, PFLAG meetings, and more! Friendly and suitable for many ages. A great way to share information with your team, esp. if you are aware of an LGBTQ youth, staff member, or parent in your school or community.
This interactive BOOM CARDS™ deck is a collection of FOUR digital language "flip books" and it perfect for students from elementary to early middle school. It contains four original short passages around which the activities are centered. THIS PRODUCT IS GENDER-INCLUSIVE AND SUPPORTS LGBTQ+ CAUSES. 
Grades:
1st - 4th
Support students by using their appropriate pronouns. No need to guess, let students tell you! Give this survey to new students can keep a copy handy to refer to throughout the year. If a student's pronoun changes, give them the survey again. Thank you for supporting LGBTQ+ youth
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This activity kit will help students be more aware of the impact of their language on LGBT students, and in which context certain word and phrases are acceptable or not. Awareness of homophobic language is vital to ensuring a non-discriminatory, non-judgmental, safe space for all youth. Words can be
Marsha P. Johnson Activity Webquest | The Diverse Voices Project | 3 Part Web QuestThis Marsha P. Johnson activity is part of an exciting new project designed to increase diverse voices in Social Studies classrooms. This Marsha P. Johnson activity is a 3-part web quest. In Part 1 (READ), students en
LGBTQ+ Musicians | Posters and Informative TextI N F OThis product comes with:13 Classroom Posters13 Posters with musicians lyrics13 Short Bios about each musician4 PrintablesDOWNLOAD THE PDF TO GET DIGITAL VERSION AS WELL*A portion if the proceeds from this resource will go to the Trevor Project: a
This Google Slides presentation covers the basics of LGBTQ+ information. Perfect for introducing the basics about the LGBTQ+ community to faculty/staff, parents, and secondary or higher education students. The presentation covers:1) the difference between gender and sex2) the difference between sexu
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This short unit (including resources and lesson plans) covers the history of violence against the LGBTQ community through the story of Matthew Shepard. The hate crime that was the murder of the 21-year-old, gay college student became a national story in the late 90s, eventually inspiring improved Ha
There;s nothing better than a meaningful current event to get students thinking and voicing their opinions. This case study is perfect to use as a standalone assignment or as a way to generate meaningful class discussions.The Oreo #ProudParent case study requires students to read a recent article, w
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This bundle is a collections of lesson plans, resources, materials, assignments, and a final assessment that will take your secondary students from an introduction to the basics of the LGBTQ+ community (vocab, issues, culture, etc.) through the history of LGBTQ+ culture in America (overall timeline
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

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