Teaching about Gender Diversity: Teacher-Tested Lesson Plans for K–12 Classrooms

Teaching about Gender Diversity: Teacher-Tested Lesson Plans for K–12 Classrooms

Featuring lesson plans by educators from across North America, Teaching about Gender Diversity provides K–12 teachers with the tools to talk to their students about gender and sex, implement gender diversity–inclusive practices into their curriculum, and foster a classroom that welcomes all possible ways of living gender. The collection is divided into three sections dedicated to the elementary, middle, and secondary grade levels, with each containing teacher-tested lesson plans for a variety of subject areas, including English language arts, the sciences, and health and physical education. The lesson plans range widely in terms of grade and subject, from early literacy read-alouds to secondary mathematics.Written by teachers for teachers, this engaging collection highlights educators’ varied perspectives and specialized knowledge of pedagogical practices for the diverse contemporary classroom. Teaching about Gender Diversity is an ideal resource for teacher educators, teachers, and students taking education courses on equity, diversity, and social justice as well as curriculum and teaching methods. Visit the book’s companion website at teachingaboutgenderdiversity.com.

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