Transforming Your Space
after the Class Room Audit
So you’ve read your classroom for the silent messages that your room is sending. ( see here for how to do so) You’ve determined how welcoming a place it is for multiple identities. Now what?
Here’s the fun part. Think about one thing you can add to your space that will make it a more inclusive environment?
Does that seem overwhelming?
Don’t worry, I’ve tried to make it easier for you.
I’ve compiled a sampling of diverse and inclusive resources to provide your students or your own children with mirrors that reflect and validate their own identities and windows that allow a view and an appreciation for identities different than their own. I have tried to provide a variety of materials in various disciplines that would be appropriate for a preschooler to a middle schooler. Click on the picture for my pinterst board of resources and enjoy celebrating all identities.
After window shopping and gathering inspiration and ideas, fill out your wish list here.