Updated Educator and Parent Resources on Islam and Major World Religions

This postcard, which also lists the presentations and panels that we offer free of charge, was recently sent to educators across the Bay Area. 

We’ve Updated Our Educator and Parent
Resources on Islam and Major World Religions

Educators and parents, here’s a summary of ING resources on Islam and major world religions for your classrooms and schools. Lesson plans are written in the context of social studies content standards relating to units on Islam and other religions. All our material is designed to support inclusive school environments.

Our services are free of charge thanks to funding from local family and community foundations that include the San Francisco Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Rosenberg Foundation, and the Walter and Elise Haas Fund.

Lesson plans, videos, and curriculum available for social studies teachers, which can be accessed directly:

Live speakers for your classroom, which educators can request online. Some of these can be delivered via webinar anywhere in the country:

Live cultural competency workshops for educators and administrators, which can be requested online. This seminar can also be delivered via webinar:

INGYouth Workshops for Muslim youth and parents:

Bullying prevention programs:

For further information, you can reach us through our site or by contacting the following people:

  • Programs Manager Henry Millstein can help you with our education programs: [email protected]
  • INGYouth Manager Ishaq Pathan can help you with youth and parent workshops: [email protected]

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