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'Broad Class - Listen to Learn': Interactive Radio Instruction Program
Broad Class - Listen to Learn, Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI) program delivers student-centered instruction that covers basic skills in universal, cross-cutting themes and general & universal pri
Sports is a great way to bring students together. This package includes examples on how sports has been used to promote integration in two culturally diverse schools.
innovationA Model for Sex Education
This innovation provides teachers the tools to build sex education that answers students' questions. The model lets the students participate creatively and helps them use reliable sources to answer th
CulturED is a teacher training program that deals with prejudices, discrimination, racism and identity in relation to one’s own nationality. The purpose of the CulturED seminars is to explore these is