Sikhism: An Educator's Guide

This guide is explicitly designed for teachers in an effort to equip you to teach Sikhism and provide you with the depth of necessary information regarding the Sikh community, traditions and faith.

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Teaching resources and lesson plans for educators

The Sikh Coalition has created lesson plans, compiled reading lists, case studies, media articles, and video resources to make it even easier to teach about Sikhism into your classroom. In addition, we have important anti-bullying resources for administrators.

Teaching About Sikhism Through Inquiry

To help students learn about Sikhism, this collaboration between C3 Teachers and the Sikh Coalition offers a collection of teaching tools and support materials for teachers using the C3 framework. These include an elementary inquiry, a high/middle school inquiry, and a viewing and discussion guide to CNN’s United Shades of America episode about the Sikh community with W. Kamau Bell.

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Celebrating Sikh Stories: Library Toolkit

One great way to start spreading Sikh awareness in your school, town, and district is through sharing meaningful literature that features Sikhs, explains the Sikh faith and identity, or celebrates Sikh stories. This library toolkit is a resource to help you get started including suggestions for books, activities, and events that your local library can host.

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Handouts & Posters

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Professional Development

We can facilitate professional development trainings free of charge for teachers, educators, and administrators in your school district and customize the length and content of the training to suit your professional development requirements. These trainings are delivered in-person or virtually via webinar, and can include:

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