Online Courses and Educator Programs

LGBTQ+ Academic Content in the Classroom

Spring 2018 online course: February 5th – May 11

Course Description: K-12 educators will be presented with an overview of LGBTQ+ history and content to facilitate inclusion of LGBTQ+ topics in their practice. In addition, educators will be introduced to queer theory and the evolving language and theories of gender identity. New methods of inquiry-based learning will be explored throughout the course. Topics include: rationale for LGBTQ+ inclusive curricula, examination of anti-bullying efforts, the history of LGBTQ+ civil rights in the United States, access points in the curricula for LGBTQ+ topics in all content areas, and ways to encourage stakeholder support of inclusive curricula. Contact for more information.

Cost: $250

45 PDPs or 3 graduate credits (graduate credits available for an additional $330 from Endicott College)

Educator Leadership in LGBTQ+ Studies Program

Preparing educators to proficiently and confidently infuse LGBTQ+ academic content in core subjects

Your choice! ONLINE or INCARNATE

Online Program


Exciting, innovative, inquiry-based

and a one of a kind opportunity!

120 PDPs or 8 graduate credits



Required Courses:

LGBTQ+ Academic Content in the Classroom

Methods and Strategies for Infusing LGBTQ+ Academic Content

Choice of Two Electives:

What’s Your Stonewall? An International Study of LGBTQ History

UnErasing LGBTQ History with Library of Congress Primary Sources

UnErasing LGBTQ History: A Behavior Analytic/Public Health Analysis

Equity and Efficacy Action Research Project

Cost: $800

Graduate Credit: 8 graduate credits available for an additional $110 per credit from Endicott College. Required courses are 3 graduate credits and elective courses are 1 graduate credit. Elective courses available beginning June, 2018

Summer Institute


Middlesex Community College in Lowell, MA

August 6th – August 10th, 2018

45 PDPs or 3 graduate credits


Join educators from across the country in this exciting, innovative, inquiry-based and a one-of-a-kind opportunity! This intensive full-week program includes expert guest speakers and two off-site tours. Catered breakfast and lunch is included.

Topics of Study:

Introduction to LGBTQ+ History, UnErasing LGBTQ+ history with the Library of Congress, methods and strategies for infusing LGBTQ+ academic content, LGBTQ+ history through an international lens, public health/behavior analytic strategy, intersections and cross-disciplinary approaches, Queer Theory and its practical application

Read about HUE’s Summer Institute in EdWeek

Institute caps at 35 participants – submit your application today! Participants will be selected by March 1st

Cost: $750

Graduate Credit: 3 graduate credits available for an additional $330 from Endicott College

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