This is a collection of non-fiction books for educators that focus upon social justice education. In addition to the books, there are a multitude of links to interviews, research articles and essays on the page. There is a wealth of information for those interested in social justice.
A collection of teacher-created lesson plans form this resource, which focuses upon various social justice topics, from environmentalism to media literacy. There are a multitude of links on the site that lead to other social justice related topics and websites.
Social media can be a useful tool for educators when used correctly. There are many interesting learning communities out there, including the Twitter hosted #hiphoped, where educators discuss social justice in education through music. This is an interesting way to connect with students and expand teaching practices. The site provides an access point for discussions and a collection of past postings.
Another journal article that examines the relationship between education and social justice. The author acknowledges that there are many different perspectives related to social justice and how that would relate to education. It is an informative read for educators who are considering incorporating social justice into their teaching.
This research study examines the topic of social justice in relation to pre-service teachers. It is an informative examination of the incorporation of social justice topics into the curriculum. It highlights different perspectives about how social justice can be incorporated into lessons.
A graphic novel about Martin Luther King, Jr. forms the basis of this resource. It can be used as part of a Black History Month unit, History lessons or even English lessons. It includes an overview of the graphic novel, short excerpts to view and the applicable Common Core Standards. It also includes links to relevant resources to support the graphic novel material.