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It’s important for both online and in-person classrooms to be safe for and inclusive of LGBTQ+ students. Here are some tips to make your digital classroom more LGBTQ-friendly!

Include LGBTQ+ stories in the curriculum GLSEN’s 2017 National School Climate Survey found that LGBTQ+ students in schools with inclusive curriculum feel safer. Inclusive curriculum highlights LGBTQ+ people, culture, and history regularly and in a positive way. The It Gets Better Project offers a collection of LGBTQ+ stories you can share with your classes.

Use language that is inclusive and supportive Use encouraging language, and keep your digital classroom free of derogatory and discriminatory language. Take some time to discuss what this means with your students, and you can even visit the It Gets Better Project’s glossary to learn more. Discuss pronouns with your students, and share your pronouns with them. You can even display your pronouns on your Zoom profile or email sign off.

Show your pride GLSEN’s report also found that LGBTQ+ students thrive when they can identify supportive staff at their school. You can wear LGBTQ+ themed clothing, include a flag in the background, or even use an LGBTQ+ friendly Zoom background.

Information sourced from the It Gets Better Project's website