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Discrimination is when someone or a group is treated or considered differently to someone else because of their race, culture, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation or religion. By Stella Kalaidzi (2.5)

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Animal habitats bulletin board. Divide a bulletin board up into the four main animal habitats. Choose an appropriate boarder. Have students draw their favorite wild animal on a piece of paper and have them place it in the correct habitat. This will be a great way to display students artwork!

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Students have the opportunity to be creative and learn about biomes. It's a great idea for them to have the definition and then give an example of where the biome is located in the state or U.S. or even across the world-KM

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(Schools as Organisations 5.1) 1.1) Codes of Practice 1) Gender equality duty 2) Race equality duty 3) Disability equality duty

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Think Before You Speak Printable Posters

Think Before You Speak Printable Posters. Really cute and effective posters and signs for teachers to post on their walls in order to keep hurtful words out of the classroom and teach their students what appropriate behavior is. - Carly Knoche

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End of the Day Closing Circle Reflection Cards

End of the day closing circle questions. Build community and classroom culture! Responsive classroom.

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Fundamental Research Terms Defined. Gorgeous and helpful poster designed by students of UNT Research Center. Add a Dharma symbol (and correct a minor typo) and it could have been the kind of poster one might have seen in the background of "Lost." Download as pdf: http://art.unt.edu/designresearchcenter/sites/default/files/articles/research_v2_ryan_gupta_hermosillo.pdf

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Twitter bulletin board -- Ticket out the door is to "Tweet" or comment about topic. SO CUTE. You know with my love of social networking, that this is a must do.

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