The Gender Support Plan (GSP) from Gender Spectrum is designed to support trans and gender diverse students in their social transition at school. With a personalized plan for each student, this is an applied way to ensure a student's safety and wellbeing needs are met.
This short documentary explores homophobic language and its consequences among teenagers. This video is a tool for teachers, counsellors and youth groups to explore the origins of the words, how young people feel about them and how to overcome the pain they cause.
These resources explore diversity representation in media, including Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, queer and religion. You will find resources for both parents and teachers.
Are you a K–12 educator that wants to center inclusion in the classroom? This resource is built with an LGBTQ+ inclusive framework, including gender-inclusive language. The activities contact and introduce LGBTQ+ acceptance, empathy, awareness, and teamwork through the 5 super skills to prevent bullying and discrimination, while encouraging inclusion. It includes activities for elementary and junior high students.
This resources is the fifth publication in an educational series by the Canadian Teachers' Federation that is designed to assist teachers, administrators and counselors in understanding sexual and gender minority issues.
This organization provides book lists for a school or classroom library, lesson plans, tips to make your school more welcoming for students and families and suggested responses to questions related to gender, families and LGBTQ topics.
Welcoming Schools is the most comprehensive bias-based bullying prevention program in the nation to provide LGBTQ+ and gender inclusive professional development training, lesson plans, booklists and resources specifically designed for educators and youth-serving professionals. It was created the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
The Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services (at the University of Alberta) brings together education, research, policy development, and community services in order to ensure that sexual and gender minorities are recognized and well served by their communities.