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Gender and Sex are NOT the Same: Understanding LGBTQ Issues in the Classroom

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Overview

In our diverse classrooms and school communities, it is important we strive to understand and overcome biases so that we can better meet the needs of all students. Within the umbrella of LGBTQ , gender and sexual orientation are grouped together. This continues to perpetuate biases surrounding gender and sexuality. With the growing level of polarization surrounding these issues, how can we, as educators, better understand appropriate terminology, as well as provide a safe space for our students, their families, and our community? Join Megan Fuciarelli as she addresses this question and explores the misconceptions surrounding the LGBTQ community. She will share information as well as resources that can help you continue your efforts in your school and classroom. Come enhance your skills, gain a better awareness of those we serve, and walk away with resources to help unite your community.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Thursday, May 9, 2019 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Diversity & SEL
Tags: biases, bisexual, diversity, gay, gender, lesbian, LGBTQ, sexual orientation, sexuality, transexual

Reviews (35)

Full Member
 
Thanks for your expertise.
 
Thank you!
Basic Member
 
Great presentation on an important topic. Thank you!
 
I learned so many things! Thank you!
Full Member
 
As a high school teacher, I found this very informative and helpful.
Full Member
 
Very interesting, great information
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It was full of information.
 
excellent
Basic Member
 
Thank you!
 
My school has its first trans student and we had the incorrect name on school information. As the social worker, I paired with Admins on how to support and address the situation. This will be a great tool for teaching others in the building on our student needs.
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