For Teachers

We are proud to offer resources for teachers.


As part of our Teacher Cultural Proficiency Initiative (TCPI), ISAASE is proud to offer a collection of resources for teachers, including quick tips, book lists, a name pronunciation guide, and free downloadable fact sheets, lesson plans, and handouts. You can learn more about the TCPI here. Below you will find featured resources for supporting South Asian American students. Please share these with other teachers and other education leaders.

ISAASE Toolkit

The ISAASE Toolkit (Annual)

The ISAASE Toolkit is updated annually. It is our completely free, downloadable, multi-page PDF, containing various resources for teachers, education leaders, and others.

Highlights

  • The Data
  • Fact Sheets
  • Additional Resources

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The Data

This is a downloadable PDF of our data file.

Highlights

  • Overview of findings
  • Easy to read
  • Includes graphics

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Fast Facts

Fast facts on who South Asian American students are, an overview of the key issues related to their experiences and selected data points, and a call-to-action.

Highlights

  • Simple one-sheet
  • Contains key information
  • Ends with a call to become more culturally competent

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Quick Tips

Quick tips for teachers and other education leaders related to how to best support South Asian American students.

Highlights

  • Simple one-sheet
  • 6 key tips
  • Most tips can apply to supporting students of any background

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Name Pronunciation Guide

A downloadable PDF that includes a discussion of the importance of correct name pronunciation, practical and applicable tips, and ideas for improving pronunciation.

Highlights

  • Discussion of importance
  • Contains practical ideas
  • Includes actionable ideas

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Are you an educator?


If so, please feel free to download and distribute the resources available here. As with any cultural proficiency tools, please remember viewing these resources does not make you an expert on the students you are learning about, but can be a wonderful start. To collaborate with us on your cultural proficiency journey, please get in touch.


Would you like to help us develop resources? If so, please get in touch.