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Working together with eighty-seven national partners, we’re excited to launch the Know Your Neighbor Back-to-School social media campaign between Thursday, September 7th and Friday, September 15th, 2017 in an effort to share best practices to help educators, students, and parents create more inclusive classrooms and schools. Learn more here: www.ing.org/KYN-school.
- Students, parents or educators: creating your own videos and posts sharing best practices, best resources, and concerns regarding creating inclusive classrooms and post them on social media using #KnowYourNeighbor. View examples and tips here: www.ing.org/KYN-school
- Organizations: sharing your organization’s resources on creating inclusive classrooms and schools on social media using #KnowYourNeighbor. Resources could include curriculum, lesson plans, materials, datapoints, and success stories.
- Everyone can participate by: sharing SAMPLE videos, posts, tweets, and images that we’ve created for the campaign. View them here: www.ing.org/KYN-school
We hope you will join us in this effort towards making our schools and classrooms more inclusive!
Sample videos below, which you can share using the hashtag #KnowYourNeighbor:
Educator Linda Levine shares her resources and best practices for creating inclusive classrooms. #KnowYourNeighbor
Parent Ameena Jandali shares ways that educators can make their classrooms more inclusive. #KnowYourNeighbor
High school teacher Paul Spitzmueller talks about what he does to make his classroom more inclusive. #KnowYourNeighbor
High school student Soha talks about what teachers have done to make her classroom more inclusive. #KnowYourNeighbor
High school student Tuvya talks about what teachers have done to make his classroom more inclusive. #KnowYourNeighbor
Zarina Kiziloglu, a parent, talks about ways teachers can make their classrooms more inclusive. #KnowYourNeighbor