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Supporting LGBTQ Students at the Elementary Level
More and more students are coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ+) during the elementary grades, and it is crucial that educators begin promoting LGBTQ awareness and inclusion at this level. The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), in collaboration with SMYAL, will host this 2-hour workshop will equip educators with a strong understanding of identity development in young children, language for talking about gender with colleagues and community members, and strategies for talking about gender with young kids. We will also provide specific media suggestions and activity ideas for discussing LGBTQ identities with students and normalizing gender diversity in the classroom. 
This workshop is open to all staff who interact with students in pre-K-Grades 5 settings, including classroom educators, aides, social workers, and administrators. We recommend attending SMYAL’s introductory training before this one, as a foundational knowledge in LGBTQ identities and concepts will be helpful.
SMYAL’s Mission and Programming
•    A refresher on LGBTQ+ terminology
•    Identity and child development
•    How to talk about gender and identity with young kids
•    Talking with parents and colleagues about gender diversity in children
•    Media and resources for young kids
•    Resources for LGBTQ inclusion in the curriculum
•    Lesson ideas and classroom suggestions for elementary educators
•    Reflection and discussion
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Nakanya Magby
Jessica Dulay
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