The Spanish for Social Justice Teacher Network was formed in 2010 by a group of high school Spanish teachers in Vancouver, BC who wanted to move beyond their textbooks and provide students with engaging content that promotes mindful global citizenship. We began meeting several times a year to share resource ideas and discuss best practices for creating equitable classroom environments and how to teach about social justice in the Spanish classroom. We found that what most of us lacked was access to up-to-date and age-appropriate resources to help us teach these issues, and so we set out to create an online space where Spanish teachers from all over the world could support each other in this endeavour. We wish to thank the Ed May Social Responsibility Fund, The British Columbia Teachers’ Federation Research Fund, and Function5 Solutions for enabling our vision to become a reality.

This website is a space to browse and share progressive resources for the Spanish classroom. We encourage Spanish teachers from all over the world who teach any level (primary, secondary, post-secondary) to submit their resource ideas. All resources shared here are free of charge, and can be reproduced for educational purposes only.

Join the project by submitting your resource ideas.