Call to Action!

When it comes to the availability of impactful, culturally sensitive, and relevant lesson plans that address anti-racism there are very limited resources available.

We are inviting all interested individuals to submit a lesson plan that aligns one of the presentation in the MET Anti-Racism in the EdTechnosphere speaker series and your curriculum in an attempt to create good quality anti-racism resources to put in the hands of educators.

You are asked to follow the lesson plan template provided and the submission criteria. All lesson plans are required to be submitted no later than, June 30, 2022 for review. Some lesson plans will be chosen to be published on the MET website and may receive a grant offered by Edith Lando Virtual Learning Center to create additional digital resources which support your lesson plan. All lesson plan entries including grades K-12, post-secondary, and graduate studies are encouraged and welcomed.

You can also share your story, ideas, and steps towards change at #UBCMETAnti-racism on Twitter!

Read the assessment criteria.
Download the Lesson Plan Template.

Submit Lesson Plan