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We’re Busier Than Ever with Requests
for ING Content and Speakers
ING has been receiving a higher than usual number of requests from schools and school districts for our content and speakers.
Educators and parents, here’s a summary of ING resources for your classroom curriculum and content standards relating to Muslims and their faith that will also serve to support school safety and an environment of inclusion.
Lesson plans, videos, and curriculum available for social studies teachers, which can be accessed directly:
- Lesson plans on a variety of topics
- Lesson plans of ING education partners
- A PowerPoint presentation and answers to frequently asked questions about Islamophobia
- Answers to frequently asked questions about Islam and Muslims
Live speakers for your classroom, which educators can request online:
Live cultural competency workshops for educators and administrators, which can be requested online:
INGYouth Workshops for Muslim youth and parents:
- Workshops that empower and enable youth and parents to prevent harassment and bullying
- Online tools for students and parents that relate to the study of Muslims
- Upcoming Bay Area Muslim youth training, which is also available for campuses with a high concentration of Muslim students – Sunday December 3rd, at the San Francisco weekend Islamic school
Bullying prevention programs:
For further information, you can reach us online or by contacting the following people:
- Programs Manager Lily Nasar can help you with our education programs: [email protected]
- Interfaith Coordinator Kate Chance can help you with interfaith programs: [email protected]
- INGYouth Coordinator Ishaq Pathan can help you with youth and parent workshops: [email protected]
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