LGBTQ in the classroom

  • Friday, March 29, 2019
    1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
  • Library and Learning Center
    307
    645 East Seventh Street, Saint Paul

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Educators know that in order for meaningful learning to take place, students must feel safe and supported in their learning environments. Designed with faculty and instructors in mind, this workshop will help participants identify strategies they can employ to create a more open and welcoming classroom. This event counts toward the Ally Development Certificate Program.

The LGBTQ+ Ally training certificate program:

  • Offers participants a theoretical framework for understanding the multitude of genders and sexualities
  • Helps participants develop necessary skills to become better allies to the LGBTQ community
  • Invites participants to become part of an identifiable and university-wide network of allies in training.

In order to receive an Ally Training Certificate and sticker, you must complete the following:

Required Workshops

  • Gender and Sexualities 101
  • Moving from Actor to Ally

Plus one or more of the following

  • LGBTQ in the classroom
  • Being a Trans ally
  • Supporting Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPOC)

After completing the two required workshops and your additional workshop of choice, request your certificate and sticker by emailing the Women's and LGBTQ+ Resource Center with the subject line "Ally Training Certificate." If you would like to receive your certificate and sticker at your final workshop, please give at least 24 hours notice.

Register for any of the trainings on the Women's and LGBTQ Resource Center OrgSync page or on the Ally Training Eventbrite page. For more information, email the Women's and LGBTQ Resource Center.

Accessibility

If you need disability related accommodations, including parking, to make this event accessible, please contact the Center for Accessibility Resources, 651-793-1549 or accessibility.resources@metrostate.edu.