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Teaching young students includes a unique combination of social-emotional development and academic training. Often, these skills feel difficult to integrate smoothly into cohesive, standards-based curricula, especially when navigating politically sensitive topics and interacting with a variety of families. In this two-hour webinar, learn how to apply principles of intersectionality, universal design, accessibility, and inclusion in lower ed curriculum and to prepare for complex conversations about gender with young students. This webinar is designed to support that integration, especially as it relates to gender in general and transgender inclusion, specifically.

 

Building off of foundational knowledge of transgender & non-binary identities offered in TTI’s Foundations of Knowledge & Action: 101 Training, participants will learn to cultivate affirming classrooms- focusing on students in pre-school through 5th grade- in which all students feel safe enough to explore concepts of gender in their formal curriculum, as well as in themselves & alongside their peers. Teachers will have the opportunity to think specifically about their rosters, their upcoming units, and particular questions or situations that have arisen in their school environments. Our goal is for participants to leave feeling confident about essential concepts and effective strategies that will equip themselves, their team, their students and their families to speak accurately about gender as it relates to their own lives and to their academic environments

 

This webinar is meant for for teachers, administrators, curriculum coordinators, etc to feel equipped to teach accurately about and engage effectively and compassionately in conversations with students and families about gender so that they can create caring, affirming, and safe learning environments for all students.

 

By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between intersectionality and inclusion, the importance of impact over intention, and the effect that ignoring conversations about gender has on all students.
  • Identify 3 ways to integrate this understanding into their curriculum
  • Utilize new strategies for navigating conversations with young students about gender

 

Date: August 2, 2022

Time: 3:00-5:00 PM ET / 12:00-2:00 PM PT

Pay What You Can (PWYC)

 

We understand that COVID has tossed a lot people's finances into long term flux and we want to make our courses accessible. We are operating from a place of inviting folks to pay what you can. Suggested range: $45-85. Suggested minimum: $30.

 

Finalizing your registration:

 

Once you have completed your registration, you will receive confirmation from Eventbrite, along with an email from TTI Registration - that email will include a link to a registration survey that you will need to complete in order to finalize your attendance.

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our webinar & course policies. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our website, or email our Registration Coordinator, Forever Moon, at registration@transgendertraininginstitute.com. (Please note that our emails sometimes get stuck in spam folders because of the word transgender. If you are missing an email from us, please check your spam/junk folder.)

 

About TTI:

 

TTI is proudly trans-owned and run business. We are a team of transgender and non-binary educators who facilitate professional development and personal growth trainings with the goal of creating a more just, equitable and affirming world. All of our content is facilitated by our team of transgender and non-binary educators, so you are always learning directly from –and financially supporting– transgender and non-binary community members.

 

The funds generated from this webinar go directly to our team members, with 55% going to the facilitator, 30% going to the support team, and 15% going to cover our operating expenses. Learn more about us and our values here.

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