Learning Plans

Learning Plans are built by teachers and reflect backward design. The Learning Plan Builder allows you to combine the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards, Common Core-aligned literacy strategies and student performance tasks with windows-and-mirrors texts from the Student Text library. The result is a comprehensive, literacy-based plan that is both rigorous and relevant.

Browse, search, save and choose your favorites from this collection of Learning Plans created by Teaching Tolerance staff and TT users. You can build your own plan at any point by selecting the blue Build a Learning Plan button on any page or the red Teach This button on any article.

At the heart of all Learning Plans are the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards. Not familiar with the Standards? Learn more here.

Grade Level
Social Justice Domain
Subject
Topic

6,128 Public Learning Plans

Exploring the racial discrimination

What does the term discrimination mean?
Have you been the victim of discrimination? 
Do you have friends or families of a different race or ethnicity?
Who suffers discrimination on the basis of age?
Do you think students in certain groups are discriminated against?
Do you think people discriminate based on their perception that individuals had a choice in their condition...

Grade Level
3-5
Subject
Reading & Language Arts
Social Studies
History
Arts
Social Justice Domains

Exploring the Racial Discrimination

What does the term discrimination mean?
Have you been the victim of discrimination?
Do you have friends or families of a different race or ethnicity?
Who suffers discrimination on the basis of age?
Do you think students in certain groups are discriminated against?
Do you think people discriminate based on their perception that individuals had a choice in their condition...

Grade Level
3-5
Subject
Digital Literacy
Reading & Language Arts
Social Studies
Civics
History
Arts
Social Justice Domains
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Welcome to Learning for Justice—Formerly Teaching Tolerance!

Our work has evolved in the last 30 years, from reducing prejudice to tackling systemic injustice. So we’ve chosen a new name that better reflects that evolution: Learning for Justice.

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