Building Equitable Learning Environments Library
The Equitable Learning Library helps educators, parents, and policy makers find resources and recommendations for creating more equitable and empowering learning environments.
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Whether or not students feel cared for by teachers, and the overall quality of student-teacher relationships, can have profound effects on their engagement and investment in learning.
This book walks through the steps organizations can take when starting equity work in their school and includes accompanying activities for each of the different steps.
Students need supportive feedback that helps them recognize their own potential to grow and succeed.
Student engagement with schoolwork rests on whether that work connects meaningfully to students' personal goals and lives outside of school.
When students feel ownership over their own learning through sharing their knowledge and perspectives in the classroom, they engage more actively with their schoolwork. Teachers can create this environment by valuing and responding to student voice.
When a classroom environment encourages a sense of community, fosters mutual support among peers, and affirms students’ diverse identities, students are more likely to feel safe, which allows them to fully engage and succeed in school.
The BELE Network’s guide to centering students, equity, and SEL in the Fall.
Individual activities or resources
A guide for transforming student experiences and learning outcomes to build more equitable learning environments
Copilot is a professional learning tool with a built-in survey engine. It helps educators systematically improve the quality and equity of their students' learning experiences.
Umoja’s Facilitating Necessary Spaces Toolkit for anti-racist conversations and self-aware facilitation is designed with schools in mind, applicable anywhere.
Tools and guidance to help you develop a Recovery to Reinvention Plan
COVID-19 -Responsive Resources for families, guardians, caregivers, + communities.