What does social justice teaching look like… virtually?
For thirty years, educators have turned to Teaching for Change to help students learn about history beyond the textbook heroes and holidays, rethink the world around them, and see themselves as agents of change.
Educators continue to look to Teaching for Change in this unprecedented moment. They are adapting, and we are too – but we need your help.
The demand for our resources and support has increased dramatically since school buildings closed in mid-March. Teaching for Change has provided vital support and resources for families and teachers from pre-K – 12.
- Teachers have used our Central America lessons with students online
- We’ve collected and shared social justice distance learning stories from teachers nationally and in the D.C. area
- We are offering support to school leaders for equitable family engagement during the pandemic
- Our Zinn Education Project (with Rethinking Schools) created a “People’s Historians Online” series for educators
- Families have turned to our social justice booklists
We need your help to meet the increased demand for our teaching resources. Please give today so that we can:
- Adapt and share more of our lessons for distance learning.
- Review and recommend more anti-bias and social justice books
- Reach more educators and students with the “People’s Historians Online” series
- Provide teachers with more stories from their peers about how to adapt interactive, social justice lessons to distance learning
- Expand opportunities for our D.C. area teacher working groups to meet and collaborate virtually
May 4, 2020