This document provides a self-audit of your culturally competent classroom, and provides a number of culturally-inclusive lesson plans for all subjects (mathematics, history, science, english). Document is available for download free of charge.
An excellent blog post published on the National Equity Project (NEP) listing five important ways to create a culturally responsive classroom. It lists the steps educators can take to prepare their personal understanding and lead a classroom rid of bias and inclusive of understanding and respect towards peers and cultures around the world.
A list of strategies that outlines the impact of social/cultural inclusion in the classroom. It demonstrates a short list of leadership preparation, teacher preparation, the responsibilities of teachers and school administrators, and the different strategies that can be implemented to ensure that all cultures are accounted for.
Another (free) PDF which explores the idea of what it means to develop a culturally inclusive classroom. I love this particular resource because it provides activities for teachers to conduct a self-assessment on their notion of cultural-inclusion and diversity. Great excercise for novice teachers!
This (free) PDF gives teachers basic insight on how to establish a classroom environment that is culturally inclusive that encourages open and respectful discussions, interactions with students, and respect for different cultures, languages, and communities.