Student Learning

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Student Learning

Young people can make a difference by challenging bias in themselves, their community and their world. Find out how!

Explore these interactive, online resources designed for you to learn and engage in topics about bias, bullying, identity, social justice and allyship. Learn on your own or with classmates or share with friends. You can move at your own pace, pausing and resuming as needed.

Student Mini Lessons

In 20 minutes or less, learn about the main ideas behind anti-bias thinking and ways to take action against bias and injustice.

Identity Iceberg

In this student edition of the Identity Iceberg, you will get to understand the multiple dimensions and complexity of identity and learn how to get to know someone without relying on assumptions.

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Identity Iceberg

What is Bias?

Where does bias come from? Learn about bias and how to recognize and interrupt it.

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What is Bias?

The Pyramid of Hate

This student edition of the Pyramid of Hate will help you understand how hate can escalate when biased attitudes go unchecked.

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The Pyramid of Hate

How Do We Create a Brave Space?

Learn what a brave space is and how you can help create a welcoming classroom where every student feels appreciated, supported and able to express their ideas.

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How Do We Create a Brave Space?

Student Mini Courses

Our mini courses for young people are 45 minutes or more, delving deeper into topics around bias and bullying that impact their everyday lives.

Bullying Online: What Can I Do to Help?

Learn about bullying and cyberbullying and the different roles we play. Discover ways you can respond and stop it and how you can be an ally to those you see being bullied.

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Bullying Online: What Can I Do to Help?

Online Hate: What Can I Do to Help?

What is online hate and how can you respond when you see or experience it? Understand the impact of online hate and learn ways you can address and confront it.

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Online Hate: What Can I Do to Help?