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Students will learn about stereotypes as well as how to identify and challenge their own biases. Students will also make connections to religion as an important aspect of identity and an influence within the realm of Hip-Hop.
This website is a lesson plan that commemorates 9/11 by teaching tolerance through literature. This lesson plan utilizes literature to teach about tolerance to elementary and middle school students. The literature listed on this website includes novels and short stories that address the theme of tolerance in different ways. The literature in this lesson plan [...]
The Fall 2005 activity booklet contains activities and lesson plans for teachers to encourage students to assess social boundaries at school, challenge their schools’ group divisions, and assess the perceptions of different people. The activity Mix It Up Survey is an activity asking students to survey their school. Map It Out is an [...]
The Guiding Principles offer practical guidance for preparing curricula for teaching about religions and beliefs, preferred procedures for assuring fairness in the development of curricula, and standards for how they could be implemented. They highlight procedures and practices concerning the training of those who implement such curricula, and the treatment of the pupils from many [...]
A series of interactive tools from UnderstandingPrejudice.org, to be used in teaching about prejudism.
“The document reflects UNESCO’s unique role as international standard setter and convenor of diverse cultural and ideological perspectives. It is hoped that it will serve as a valuable practical resource for teachers and learners, curriculum developers, policy makers and community members alike, and all those who wish to promote Intercultural Education in interests of peace [...]
The Spring 2006 activity booklet has activities for teachers to address issues that are related to certain social norms that divide students and lead to the exclusion of certain social groups from the rest of the school. These activities encourage students to discover new ways of interaction and learning about other people’s individuality. [...]
“Discussions, dialogues and debates on the role of faith schools and their effect on community cohesion often create more heat than light. Runnymede first intervened in this area 27 years ago;1 and the debate still rages on today. For this report we have consulted with over a thousand people – parents, pupils, professionals and policymakers [...]