Culturally Responsive Teaching
Find and share resources and explore strategies to engage students by connecting to and honoring their cultures, experiences, and backgrounds.
- Ethnic Studies proponents say K-12 curriculum has remained largely Eurocentric and disconnected to the growing population of students of color in the U.S.
- Taking an asset-based approach to supporting students who are new to the English language can help them thrive.1.4k
- Seeking a curriculum to both engage and meet the needs of their students, math educators in St. Paul, Minnesota, built their own.1.8k
- Five ways teachers can celebrate and extend the linguistic expertise of young students who speak two or more languages.7.9k
- Ensuring that all students see their culture reflected in the curriculum and classroom materials is crucial.3.6k
- Teacher-turned-principal Salome Thomas-EL says chess can help students develop a slew of practical skills they can use for many years to come: from basic problem solving to spatial-analysis.356
- Preparing for the emotions that may arise from discussions of genocide and oppression can help teachers avoid traumatizing students.2.7k
- From 60-second micro lessons to brain breaks, teachers are finding creative ways to meet students where they are. Increasingly, that’s on TikTok.1.6k
- From featuring stories of resistance to making sure kids see themselves represented in the classroom, a few things to keep in mind when teaching American history.1.5k
- Black history is American history and should be taught throughout the year across the curriculum—not confined to a single month.8.5k