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Teaching Tolerance – free tools for SSWs

The folks over at Teaching Tolerance have put together a number of excellent resources for school social workers and educators. The Southern Poverty Law Center launched Teaching Tolerance in 1991 to reduce prejudice and promote respect for differences among our nation’s children. Their materials have been the recipients of numerous honors and awards.

Available Resources

  1. Bi-annual Magazine
  2. Weekly Newsletter
  3. Classroom Activities
  4. Teaching Kits
  5. Posters/Stickers
  6. Workbooks
  7. Documentaries
  8. Other print media/publications

In addition to being of exceptional quality these resources are also FREE for educators and school professionals.

Visit Teaching Tolerance to get your free resources at https://www.tolerance.org

We view tolerance as a way of thinking and feeling — but most importantly, of acting — that gives us peace in our individuality, respect for those unlike us, the wisdom to discern humane values and the courage to act upon them. —Teaching Tolerance

About The Author

Scott Carchedi

Scott Carchedi is the founder and co-editor of SSWN. Scott provides technology support and consultative services to number of school social work associations throughout the US. Scott is also a practicing school social worker in the western suburbs of Chicago, serving grades 8-12.

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