LGBT+-related resources and articles for science teachers to help celebrate LGBT STEM day, an international day celebrating LGBT people in science, technology, engineering and maths

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Be a supportive and inclusive teacher

Simple steps to make all students feel welcome

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Each act of honesty has impact

Saying ‘I’m gay’ is not simple for teachers but it’s worth the effort, says David Weston

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School should be where students freely ask questions

We should create forums where all students can explore issues facing the LGBT community

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Keep telling pupils LGBT+ is normal

How being out as an LGBT+ teacher is the new normal

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Why LGBT+ inclusion is a year-round endeavour

Being inclusive isn’t just about celebrating LGBTSTEM Day

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It gets better – and you can help

Empower teachers to be who they are, for everyone’s sake

Creating an LGBT-inclusive curriculum

Creating an LGBT-inclusive curriculum

A guide for secondary schools

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Supporting diversity and encouraging inclusion

Positive role models are key to attracting a more diverse section of society to the chemical sciences.