SGF Inclusive Classrooms 101: Professional Development Certified Workshop
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In this Full Professional Development Workshop course you'll be empowered with the tools be an active ally leader in education around inclusive education for trans and gender expansive students.
Throughout this course you will be given knowledge and actionable tools to fill your ally toolkit to:
- understand what it can mean to be transgender, non-binary or gender expansive;
- understand the importance of pronouns;
- to be able to talk with your students and be confident in expanding students’ perception and understanding of gender
- to be able to foster ally ship in students, providing ways in which your students can understand what it can mean to be transgender, non-binary or gender expansive, using developmentally appropriate language for both young and older students.
This course will provide an overview of marginalization trans, non-binary and gender expansive youth experience through an intersectional lens. We will also share a brief history as it relates to the LGBTQ2 community in Canada.
You will be empowered with ideas to incorporate inclusive practices around gender identity into your classroom blueprint and foster allyship around gender within your students.
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Full Workshops are priced per person. Group rates are absolutely available for those working within an education facility.
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"As a mom of a grown adult and teenager that are in LGBTQ community, this was an excellent course to take - everything was laid out very well - I even learned a few new things - terms that never knew existed. It was an eye opener. Thank you for this opportunity."
A. Jessome, Spring 2020
"..... passion, empathy and knowledge are three words I'd use to describe Cynthia's commitment with fostering inclusion and supporting our transgender and non-binary youth. Cynthia's LGBQT training, and her volunteer experiences with our PRIDE community make her an asset to educating and supporting our youth as well as with and connecting them and their families with the best resources to help them move forward."
School Counsellor MEd., RCT, CCC
Cyndi Sweeney (She/Her)
Isaac Cook (He/Them)
Kaylee Fox (She/Her)
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