Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching [video]
In this four-part series, PBS Learning Media explore tools for anti-racist teaching and considers the ways in which educators can use media and media literacy to deepen their understanding of systemic racism.
Educators are acutely aware of the impact of systemic racism and the inequities that exist in the education system. Because of this, we are uniquely positioned to create immediate, positive change in the fight against anti-Black racism.
The Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching series, designed for California educators, introduces you to curated anti-racism resources, support your own learnings of anti-Black racism, help you discover innovative ways to integrate media into inclusive teaching practices, and show you how to amplify your Black students’ voices and experiences.
Virtual Professional Learning Series Collection: Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching
Deepening Your Understanding of Race and Racism
Explore the role media plays in our understanding of race and racism. Hear from experts who share advice on how educators can use media to confront injustice, and create anti-racist classroom environments.
Using Media to Know Better, Teach Better
When conversations of racial injustice and equity arise, many educators find themselves reacting in the moment. In this one-hour webinar, a panel of experts discuss how teachers can analyze and evaluate media to provide important context for students and support anti-racist classroom planning and practices. Teachers can also find advice for using media literacy tools to empower students and inform their personal practice.
Amplify Student Voice
How can media be used as a tool to ignite action and change perspectives for your students? This one-hour webinar focuses on student voice and explore ways in which educators can use media to support and amplify students who are on their own anti-racist-learning journey.
Focusing on Young Learners
This webinar discusses how and when to use media as a tool in anti-racist teaching for young learners. Learn ways to integrate media into classroom lessons, practice, or literature as a method of guiding students in developmentally appropriate, anti-racist learning.