For Educators

anti-bias teaching

Britt Hawthorne provides anti-bias teaching for school administrators, teachers, and other educators to create equitable learning environments for students from preschool to high school.

If you are a school leader interested in expanding your knowledge of anti-bias education and anti-racism, you are in the right place!

Educators have a special responsibility to create culturally supportive learning environments for the learners they work with every day. It can be difficult to know where to start when addressing your personal bias, not to mention noticing and correcting the bias as it begins to form in young children. Britt helps educators, like yourself, looking for guidance in how to foster strong, supportive relationships in the classroom.

build your anti-bias and anti-racist classroom

How can we, as educators, transform our learning spaces into supportive, unbiased environments for learners of all ages? Anti-bias education focuses on creating a learning environment equitable for every facet of human difference—including race, ability, learning styles, culture, family structure, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and age. Learn how to make your classroom more inclusive, unbiased, and inviting to differences.

Anti-bias education empowers young learners to build confidence through establishing strong self-identities, develop critical thinking skills, and foster empathy for their classmates.

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Britt’s Workshops for Educators

Sign up for one of Britt’s workshops designed
specifically for educators of learners of all ages.

introduction to anti-bias education

Never received formal training in cultural humility and racial justice? Most of us never have. This self-timed online course will help you move from ignoring and avoiding critical conversations about bias to taking action.

You’ll learn how to:
  • Examine your teaching practice to uplift all learners and their many identities
  • Identify and respond to pre-prejudice in a developmentally appropriate way
  • Support honest conversations about unfairness and racism in your classroom
  • Respond to colorblindness
  • Teach Indigenous History
  • Share the four goals of anti-bias education for children and adults with your community
  • Understand the key differences between brave and safe spaces
  • Understand the key ages and stages for identity development and the tools to support healthy growth
By the Numbers:

5 hours of videos and coursework


anti-bias education for families:
how to create brave spaces at home

Do you want to learn how to create unbiased home environments for your children? This in-person workshop is designed for schools or private communities interested in delving into anti-bias education at home, whether they are new to the topic or have already begun the work.

You’ll learn how to:
  • Create a home environment that will affirm your child
  • Understand the four goals of creating an anti-racist and anti-bias home environment
  • Understand key stages in identity development
  • Respond to pre-prejudice
  • Work as a family toward justice
By the Numbers:

In-person or virtual workshop

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Praise for Introduction To Anti-Bias Education

This is an excellent, in-depth resource for teachers to become better able to address bias in the classroom. The tone is helpful and caring and a wealth of additional resources – books, websites – are recommended for teachers to further their own self-education.

Will Branch
Praise for Introduction To Anti-Bias Education

This course was amazing and gave me concrete tools that I can use to address bias in my school and in the world.

Jennifer McCullough
Praise for Introduction To Anti-Bias Education

This introduction to anti-bias education is a necessary next step towards true equity in Montessori. I feel well equipped to move forward in my personal and professional journey in becoming anti-bias.

Ashley Petry
Praise for Introduction To Anti-Bias Education

The Introduction to Anti-bias Education workshop is an essential step in working toward an environment where all children see themselves, can be themselves and learn about the world around them.

Malina Brown

create a brave classroom: anti-bias
and anti-racism in action

Not sure where to start? Need a roadmap for creating a classroom that centers on anti-bias and anti-racism? Let’s start with having critical conversations with each other, developing outcomes, and making a plan. This full-day in-person or virtual workshop will help educators have a shared language, create conversation agreements, unpack internal biases, and move in the right direction—together. Each workshop is completely customizable to meet your school’s needs. To keep the work moving forward, each full-day workshop includes two school-wide 60-minute check-points. This workshop offers educators structure and support to integrate ABAR into their classrooms. 

You’ll learn how to:
  • Cultivate a welcoming and inclusive classroom 
  • Develop critical conversation agreements
  • Affirm student’s social identities, such as gender, class, and race
  • Use teaching materials to embrace diversity
  • Identify prejudice and racism
  • Teach advocacy skills to students
  • Build an action-based roadmap for integrating ABAR into your classrooms
By the Numbers:

6-hour workshop
(2) 60-minute critical checkpoints

Book Britt For Your School

Children need to know people of the global majority come from a place of power before learning about the oppression the communities experience.

— Britt Hawthorne

building an anti-bias book collection

Interested in designing an unbiased classroom library for your students? This self-timed online course will empower you to build your anti-bias book collection to affirm your learners’ stories, experiences, and identities and also be a window that shows the learners multiple perspectives, different experiences, and diverse identities.

You’ll learn how to:
  • Confidently curate your own anti-racist book collection
  • Critically choose the right books for your classroom
  • Differentiate between affirming books and harmful stories
  • Use books as anti-racist tools

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Britt’s Resources for Educators

To become anti-racist, you need to understand how racism exists in every part of American society—your classroom or household included. Britt can give you the tools to unpack, confront, and take accountability for the ways we perpetuate systems of oppression without being aware of it.

join britt’s online community: collective liberation

Collective Liberation is Britt Hawthorne’s online grassroots community committed to reimagining how educational spaces can create a stronger anti-racist democracy. Collective Liberation is set out to challenge and transform current policies and structures so the learner and adult can reach their fullest potential.

Britt’s growing community is aggressively rethinking the institution of school as we know it. They work to unpack the nostalgia that perpetuates white supremacy, patriarchy, and heteronormativity. They seek a critical lens to humanize each learner’s experiences by expanding hearts and minds through sharing perspectives.

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books & other resources

Britt intentionally offers a low-cost method that allows the maximum number of people to have financially accessible anti-bias and anti-racism resources. When more people have access to these resources, we all benefit by living in a more equitable and just society.

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