There are various posters, stickers and bookmarks available on the BCTF web site here.
Below you will find PEN resources that you can order and purchase:
A comprehensive resource for K-12 teachers- this handbook challenges the common misunderstanding that gender is distinct for girls and boys. Seeing gender as a spectrum creates inclusive, learning spaces where all students feel safe to be themselves.
Gender Spectrum Handbook 2014 (68 pages) @ $7.00
The Gender Spectrum | Download and print (pdf)
Challenging Homophobia in Schools is a tool for teachers, staff, and providers. Users draw on their own experience and the information provided here to strengthen their skills for intervening against homophobia in the classroom.
Challenging Homophobia in Schools 2004 (250 pages). We are updating this resource and we have a few old copies left and we will be giving them away by donation at various events.
Challenging Homophobia | Download and Preview TOC (pdf)
Gay–straight alliances are student organizations that are intended to provide a safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth and their straight allies (LGBTA).
Creating & Supporting GSA’s 2010 (22 pages) @ $4.00
GSA Handbook | Download and print (pdf)
This resource covers rationale, policy, strategies, lesson plans, resources, and educational leadership material for changing school culture.
Dealing with Name-Calling 2010 (52 pages) @ $5.00
Dealing with Name-Calling 2010 | Download and print (pdf)
Mailing costs are included.
- Challenging Homophobia ERAC Review | Download (pdf)
- Dealing w/ Name Calling ERAC Review | Download (pdf)
- Gender Spectrum ERAC Review | Download (pdf)
ERAC is B.C.’s “Educational Resource Acquisition Consortium”, which evaluates resources for schools in the province. ERAC recently introduced a service to evaluate resources for schools in the province of British Columbia. BC Ministry of Education policy requires districts to locally approve resources that they use in the classroom if the Ministry of Education has not designated the resource as “Ministry Recommended”. Many school districts have made decisions to recognize “ERAC Evaluated” resources as fulfilling the local evaluation requirement. This has enabled our members to move away from undertaking local evaluations and rely on ERAC’s consortium model. These resources are evaluated for ERAC by trained BC classroom teachers at the appropriate level and familiar with the targeted curricula.