Professional Learning

FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS

This professional learning experience enhances the expertise of K-5 educators and develops proficiency and confidence in creating LGBTQ-inclusive classrooms. This intellectual preparation is anchored in our Educator Resource Guide for Elementary Classrooms and delivered as a hybrid of live sessions and asynchronous engagement. 

 

Examining implicit bias and language

Building empathy through storytelling

Elementary level LGBTQ-inclusive social studies content

Unpacking learning outcomes and enduring understandings

Analyzing authentic scenarios from the classroom

Engaging with methods and strategies for implementation 

The most valuable part of this PD was the scenario exercise and the discussions it brought out with colleagues. We were all concerned about how to address potential kickback from parents but with these great resources, and the strategies to engage in conversation about LGBTQ inclusion, I feel more comfortable and clear about why we are doing this! - Joe, January 2021

FOR SECONDARY EDUCATORS

This professional learning experience enhances the expertise of secondary educators and develops proficiency and confidence with integrating and/or supporting LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum. This intellectual preparation is anchored in our Educator Resource Guide for Contextualized Pedagogy and delivered as a hybrid of live sessions and asynchronous engagement. 

 

Examining implicit biases: implications in curriculum, classroom practice, and mindsets

Evaluating contextualized pedagogy and its role in advancing systemic change

Unpacking learning outcomes and enduring understandings 

Engaging with methods and strategies for implementation

Analyzing authentic scenarios from the classroom

Structuring sustainable mentorship

I was so inspired that LGBTQ history was approached here in such an academically rigorous way. The materials that you have included and the context that you provide will go a long way towards making teachers who perhaps are not so comfortable feel like they can teach this and teach it well. I absolutely love the diversity and the depth of the teaching materials. - Amber, May 2020

FOR DISTRICT LEADERSHIP TEAMS

This professional learning explores the implications and considerations of supporting LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum. This intellectual preparation is delivered as an intensive virtual live session: 

 

Introduction to LGBTQ-inclusive academic content

Implicit bias and its impact on cultural mindsets

LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum through systems and behavioral lenses 

Analyzing authentic scenarios with stakeholders

Managing conversations about fear of pushback 

Strategies to build community support 

This was by far one of the best trainings we have ever had. Thank you for an incredible day of learning, thinking, and reflecting. This has impacted my mindset about equity and I feel much better prepared to support our teachers. - Fred, September 2020


While we are working to make students' lives better, we are also working to make educators' lives easier. Learn how our digital platform for Intersections and Connections instructional resources is organized and the interactive features to support both traditional and remote learning HERE

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Since 2015, History UnErased has received ongoing funding support from the Library of Congress and the New York City Council Committee on Education, as well as funding from the National Park Service, Arcus Foundation, The Boston Foundation, Theodore Edson Parker Foundation, and Greater Lowell Community Foundation.