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Election 2020: Teaching in Unpredictable Times

Explore approaches to teaching the election that focus on the history of voting, health of democracy, the factors that shape our civic decision-making, and the power of youth agency and voice.

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Back to School: Prioritizing Students' Social-Emotional Needs

Explore teaching strategies and flexible resources designed to help you begin getting to know your students as individuals and facilitating the process of creating an open, supportive, and reflective classroom community.

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Working for Justice, Equity and Civic Agency in Our Schools: A Conversation with Clint Smith

Listen to Dr. Clint Smith's poetry and reflections on issues of equity and education, both how they have long existed in our country and how they are particularly manifesting today.

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Teaching Through this Pandemic: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Explore resources for bringing closure to an extraordinary school year, helping students stay connected to learning, and rebuilding community when school resumes.

Self-Paced Workshop

Choices in Little Rock: An Approach to Teaching the Civil Rights Movement

This self-paced online workshop will introduce you to the Choices in Little Rock unit and help prepare you to teach this unit in your classroom. 

Self-Paced Workshop

Teaching Red Scarf Girl

This interactive workshop uses resources from the companion study guide Teaching Red Scarf Girl and helps teachers develop a customized teaching plan informed by Facing History’s approach.

Self-Paced Workshop

Getting Started with Holocaust and Human Behavior

This interactive self-paced workshop will support you in teaching a short unit of study of Holocaust and Human Behavior.

Self-Paced Workshop

Using Facing History in a Canadian History Course

This interactive self-guided course will support you in teaching your Canadian history course with a methodology and accompanying resources that encourage an honest and complex approach to the content.

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The Struggle for Racial Justice and Voting with Dr. Carol Anderson

Watch a conversation with Dr. Carol Anderson; professor, historian, and National Book Critics Circle Award winner, exploring the history of the fight for African Americans' voting rights as part of the struggle for racial justice in the United States.

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Critical Reflections about Equity in Education with Dr. John B. King and Dr. Janice K. Jackson

Watch a conversation with Dr. John B. King Jr., CEO of The Education Trust and former US Secretary of Education, and Dr. Janice K. Jackson, CEO of Chicago Public Schools, discuss the role of education during moments of national reckoning and the importance of civic agency in our classrooms.

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Race, Equity, and the State of Education: A Conversation with Dr. Pedro Noguera

Hear reflections on the state of education today and what it means to support social justice and be an anti-racist educator.

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Back to School: Attending to Students’ Social–Emotional Needs in the New Normal

Explore ways to support the social-emotional needs of students after a season of disrupted learning, a summer of historic protests and unrest, and an ongoing pandemic.

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Schooling for Critical Consciousness: A Conversation with Scott Seider and Daren Graves

Learn about pedagogical approaches that exist to empower educators and their students to analyze, navigate, and challenge racial injustice.

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Restoring the Balance: A Short History of Gendered Colonization in Canada

Understand the gendered nature of colonization and genocide in Canada, with particular reference to the histories of Indigenous women, girls, Two-Spirited and transgendered people.

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Choosing to Participate: Civic Engagement in a Digital Age

How can students effectively leverage the power of digital tools to make civic change? Join us for a conversation with Henry Jenkins, Professor of Communication, Journalism, Cinematic Arts and Education at the University of Southern California, where we discuss the relationship between technology, learning, and civic engagement.

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Race and Equity in the Jewish Educational Context

Learn about the historical roots of race and equity and explore ways of starting conversations about race and equity in Jewish educational settings.

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Bringing LGBTQ Upstanders into Your Classroom: A Conversation with Eric Marcus

Explore the importance of teaching and learning LGBTQ history to create a more inclusive and equitable picture of US History, reflect student identities in the history we teach, and inspire future Upstanders.

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Fostering Active Engagement through Fishbowl Discussion

Watch how an educator encourages each student to engage with speaking and listening roles, resulting in active participation, careful listening, and meaningful reflection. 

 

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Who Will Write Our History: A Conversation with Filmmaker Roberta Grossman

Explore our lessons on Who Will Write Our History, learn about educational resources on the Warsaw ghetto at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and listen to a discussion with the filmmaker on her visionary film.

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Literacy with a Social Studies Lens: Writing for Deeper Learning

Learn strategies that will help your students build informative, explanatory, and argumentative writing skills needed to address the Reconstruction Era and compelling issues in today's world.

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Becoming an Activist: A Conversation with Dolores Huerta

Explore our lessons on the United Farm Workers and learn about Dolores Huerta's life work and current activism.

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Teaching for Equity and Justice: A Conversation with Linda Darling-Hammond

Explore the historical roots of current inequities, the role of professional and personal learning opportunities for educators, and the importance of integrating social-emotional learning and civic education to empower all students.

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Responding to Hate in Your School

Learn about the challenges schools face when confronting the persistence of racism and antisemitism, explore resources to help you respond to hatred in your school, and increase your ability to facilitate respectful classroom dialogue.

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School Closures and Online Learning: Creating Community, Centering Students

Explore remote teaching strategies and approaches to creating community and sustaining student-centered learning in a digital environment.

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Coronavirus: Teaching Complex Current Events and Supporting Student Well-Being

Learn about interdisciplinary connections, media literacy, strategies for supporting students' social-emotional well-being, and resources to probe deeper questions about community, responsibility, and the common good.

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Coronavirus: Maintaining Healthy Schools and Preparing for Online Learning

Learn about the preparations schools should be doing and explore teaching strategies for online learning.

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Developing Students’ Capacity to Connect with History

Learn how an educator encourages emotional engagement and ethical reflection while teaching about the history of segregation in the United States and its social, legal, and political consequences. 

 

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Supporting a Culture of Inquiry in Your Classroom

Explore how to integrate classroom discussions while teaching about the history of segregation in the United States and its social, legal, and political consequences. 

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Supporting Student Learning through Journaling

Discover how student journaling provides a safe and accessible space for students to share thoughts and feelings and prepares them to engage more fully and thoughtfully in discussion. 

 

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Teaching about Segregation and Its Consequences: Examining Plessy v. Ferguson

Discover how to provide your students with the historical context for understanding the crisis in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1957 by tracing the history of segregation in the United States and its social, legal, and political consequences. 

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Rethinking America and the Holocaust

Explore the motivations, pressures, and fears that shaped Americans' responses to Nazism, the European refugee crisis of the 1930s, and the Holocaust.

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Jewish Identity and the Complexities of Multiple Belongings

Learn practical tools and strategies to encourage students to explore their Jewish identities and consider how they coexist with their identities as Americans.

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Literacy with a Social Studies Lens: Reading, Speaking and Listening for Deeper Learning

Learn teaching strategies that help students interrogate text, think critically, and discuss controversial issues respectfully. 

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The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Delve into the testimonies and experiences of those who were part of the National Inquiry in Canada, both in the past and in the present, while maintaining the importance of intersectional and Indigenous-led storytelling in documenting genocide.

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Teaching about the Violent Past: Apartheid and Its Legacies

Watch to understand how Facing History's pedagogical approach, content, and teaching strategies can be used to support teaching Apartheid and learning about the violent past. 

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Community Matters: Facing History's Approach to Advisory

Explore how to help define your school's vision of advisory programmatically and consider how advisory helps to build community within the classroom and school at large.

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Current Events in Your Classroom

In this webinar, we discuss tips for making meaningful connections between current events and your curriculum and strategies for navigating partisan politics in diverse classrooms.

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Teaching Strategy: Big Paper

In this classroom video, a high school history teacher uses the Big Paper teaching strategy as he shares primary source documents about the Reconstruction era with his students. This discussion strategy uses writing and silence as tools to help students explore a topic in depth. This process slows down students’ thinking and gives them an opportunity to focus on the views of others. It also creates a visual record of students’ thoughts and questions that you can refer to later in a course.

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Introducing Universe of Obligation in an English Language Arts Classroom

Watch as a teacher introduces this key concept and prepares students to apply it to works of literature.

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Opportunities and Challenges: Teaching Current Events in Jewish Educational Settings

During this webinar, we share tips and tools you can use in your classroom to help engage students in productive and meaningful discussions about current world issues. We also practice strategies to navigate heightened emotions and a range of perspectives in diverse settings.

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Teaching about Contemporary Antisemitism in Canada

Learn about the increasing number of hate crimes fueled by antisemitism in recent years in Canada, as well as examples of individuals, groups, and civic leaders standing up and speaking out against hate.

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None is Too Many: Antisemitism in Canada's Past

Learn about Canada's restrictive immigration policies that led to the refusal to accept Jewish refugees from Europe during the years 1933-1948.

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Preparing Your Classroom for Conversations about Antisemitism

Learn concrete strategies you can use to engage your class when discussing cases of antisemitism, as well as other difficult issues.

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Enrich the Jewish Holiday Curriculum Using Facing History Materials

During this webinar, we discuss practical tools and strategies that encourage students to make authentic connections between Jewish holiday content and Facing History themes encountered in the classroom.

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WWII in Asia: Between History & Memory

This webinar models how to access Facing History's rich digital and print content for teaching the Japanese invasion of Nanjing and the beginning of World War II in Asia.

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The Education of an Idealist: A Conversation with Ambassador Samantha Power

This webinar features a conversation with Ambassador Samantha Power about educating young people to be upstanders for a more humane and just world.

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Using Essential Questions: Making Connections for Deep Learning in Jewish Settings

This webinar explores how Facing History’s approach to essential questions helps students make authentic connections between Judaic content and the world around them, and how these questions can deepen students’ learning and increase their engagement on both an emotional and intellectual level.

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Memory, Legacy and the Reconstruction Era: A Conversation with Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries

Watch to examine the way the Reconstruction Era is remembered and the impact of its various legacies in contemporary society.

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New Holocaust and Human Behavior Lessons for Experienced Educators in Jewish Settings

Developed specifically for educators in Jewish settings, the webinar will explore five new lessons from Teaching Holocaust and Human Behavior which are designed to help you lead middle or high school students through an examination of the catastrophic period of the Holocaust from a historical perspective.

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Exploring Immigration: A Conversation with Journalist Sonia Nazario

Watch this webinar to learn about our extensive resources for teaching about immigration in social studies and literature classrooms and discuss the importance of stories in addressing today’s challenges of borders and belonging.

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Beyond Day One: The Importance of the First Week of School

How can teachers begin to build an open, supportive, and reflective learning community from the beginning of the school year? In this webinar, we’ll discuss the important role the first few days of school play in supporting students’ social-emotional learning and academic success.

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Fostering Civil Discourse in Our Students

Learn effective strategies to share with your students so that during the summer they can better listen, empathize and engage in the world around them.

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World Refugee Day

Explore ways to bring World Refugee Day, observed each year on June 20, to the classroom, including new multimedia resources, strategies for understanding key terms and laws, and approaches to sparking reflection and discussion.

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Effective Teaching Strategies

Watch this webinar to hear three classroom teachers discuss teaching strategies and reflect on classroom successes and challenges.

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Holocaust Remembrance Day: Exploring Memory and Legacy

Join us as we consider short films, lesson ideas, and poetry through which students can learn about the Holocaust.

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Brother Outsider

In this webinar, we discuss how to use the documentary Brother Outsider to explore Bayard Rustin’s identity as a gay man of color trying to affect change in the twentieth century, his work as the organizer of the March on Washington, and his legacy in the civil rights movement today.

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Teaching Enrique's Journey

Watch this webinar to explore the young adult version of Enrique's Journey, a powerful biography, written by journalist Sonia Nazario providing insight into the realities of immigration.

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Teaching about the Weimar Republic

Watch a teacher help her students consider several first-person accounts of life in Weimar Germany.

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Legacies of the Reconstruction Era

Watch this webinar to learn how you can explore the legacies of the Reconstruction Era with your students.

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Teaching Farewell to Manzanar: A Memoir of Japanese Internment

Watch this webinar to explore teaching Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston’s powerful memoir of her family’s internment at Manzanar Internment Camp in California.

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Students as Changemakers: A Conversation with Mary Beth Tinker

Learn insights from educators to promote civic skills in your students.

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Teaching Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution in China

Watch this webinar where we’ll examine Ji-li Jiang’s affecting memoir of growing up during the Cultural Revolution and discuss ways to introduce the concept of memoir to your students, particularly as they grapple with a historical narrative of the Cultural Revolution.

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The Persistence of Hate: Exploring Contemporary Antisemitism

Explore lessons that consider the role antisemitism played at the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville as a case study in contemporary antisemitism.

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Eyes on the Prize in the Classroom: Voices from the Civil Rights Movement

Watch this webinar to hear Mr. Charles Mauldin, Selma March youth leader, reflect on his experiences as a student activist and the power of young people to spark social change, both during the civil rights movement and today.

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The Legacy of Eugenics: Facilitating a Classroom Conversation

In this classroom video, a high school history teacher facilitates a conversation with students about the legacy of the eugenics movement in the United States. During this video, students consider complicated questions: Who is responsible, and how can they be held accountable? Who, if anyone, stood up to the injustices of the time period? What have students learned from this history? What legacies of the eugenics movement do students see today?

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Teaching Strategy: Found Poems

In this classroom video, a high school history teacher leads students in the construction of found poems based on their research about the eugenics movement in the early twentieth century in the United States. A “found poem” is one that is created using only words, phrases, or quotations that have been selected and rearranged from another text. Writing found poems is a structured way to have students review material and synthesize their learning.

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Building a Toolbox Against Hate: Schindler’s List in the Classroom

Watch this webinar to hear reflections from Mr. Spielberg on the power of storytelling and addressing injustice, gain insights from Schindler’s list survivor Rena Finder and learn effective strategies to prepare students to view the film.

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A Conversation with Steven Spielberg: Using Schindler’s List in the Classroom

How can we apply the lessons of the film Schindler’s List toward standing up to hatred in our own communities? How do you engage students in conversations around racism, antisemitism and other forms of hatred? Watch this webinar to hear Mr. Spielberg discuss the legacy of Schindler’s List, its impact on Holocaust education, and the importance of responding to hatred in our communities today.

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Defining Freedom: Facilitating a Conversation About the Reconstruction Era

In this classroom video, a high school history teacher leads a classroom discussion that explores the meaning of freedom to formerly enslaved people during the Reconstruction era. By learning about the choices and aspirations of freedpeople immediately after Emancipation, students grapple with what it means to be free, and they also consider what role freedom plays in their own lives.

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Teaching About the Holocaust in Middle School Classrooms: Explore the Legacy of the Holocaust Today

In this webinar, we explore some of the immediate and long-term legacies in the lives of individuals, in the course of nations, and in the policies developed in response to the death and destruction of WWII.

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Identity Charts

An identity chart is a graphic organizer that students can use to reflect on the factors that shape their individual identity as well those that shape their identity as the member of a community. In this video, high school students create identity charts during the first week of the school as they prepare to write essays for their college applications.

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Teaching About the Holocaust in Middle School Classrooms: Teaching the Rise of the Nazis through Images

This webinar examines how to use images to support middle school students’ understanding of key themes in the history of the rise of the Nazis and models teaching strategies geared toward helping middle school students analyze historical images.

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Using Journals at the Beginning and End of a Lesson

A journal is an instrumental tool for helping students develop their ability to critically examine their surroundings from multiple perspectives and to make informed judgments about what they see and hear. Journals make learning visible by providing a safe, accessible space for students to share thoughts, feelings, and uncertainties. In this classroom video, a high school history teacher uses journals with his students both at the beginning and end of a lesson on Reconstruction.

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Contracting

Contracting is an effective strategy to create a reflective classroom. In this video, a middle school teacher leads his class through the contracting process during the first week of school and students discuss expectations and norms of how class members will treat each other.

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Barometer

The Barometer teaching strategy helps students share their opinions by asking them to line up along a continuum based on their position on an issue. It is especially useful when you want to discuss an issue about which students have a wide range of opinions. In this video, middle school students learn how to participate in a Barometer activity during the first week of school.

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Journaling in a Reflective Classroom

A journal is an instrumental tool for helping students develop their ability to critically examine their surroundings from multiple perspectives and to make informed judgments about what they see and hear. Journals make learning visible by providing a safe, accessible space for students to share thoughts, feelings, and uncertainties. In this video, middle school students acclimate to using journals during the first week of school.

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The UDHR at 70: Examining Human Rights in the World Today

Watch this webinar to explore classroom-ready lessons and resources that will help you teach about the ever increasing importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) as the UDHR reaches its 70th anniversary in 2018.

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Teaching About the Holocaust in Middle School Classrooms: New Films to Explore the Holocaust and Human Behavior

Watch this webinar to learn how to integrate video testimonies and original mini-documentaries into your middle school classroom.

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Identity Charts

An identity chart is a graphic organizer that students can use to reflect on the factors that shape their individual identity as well those that shape their identity as the member of a community. In this video, students create identity charts for different civil rights activists.

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An Introduction to Getting Started with Holocaust and Human Behavior

Watch this webinar to learn about our self-paced workshop, Getting Started with Holocaust and Human Behavior, and how it can help you develop your own customized teaching plan informed by Facing History’s approach and our one-week unit outline.

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After Charlottesville: How Uncomfortable Conversations Can Overcome Hate

Watch this conversation with journalist and author Eli Saslow to learn how white-supremacist ideas migrated from the far-right fringe to the streets of Charlottesville and beyond.

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Transforming Schools: Empowering Student Voice and Civic Participation

Learn ways to empower students to find their voice, a framework for youth participation, and examples of civic participation.

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Graffiti Boards

Graffiti Boards are a shared writing space where students record their comments and questions about a topic. This video shows a high school class using this strategy as a brainstorming tool in preparation for their "Action Project."

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Introducing the Weimar Republic

Students read about and discuss the Weimar Republic using primary source readings from Holocaust and Human Behavior.

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Using Survivor Testimony: Preparation

Survivor and witness testimonies help students empathize with the human and inhuman dimensions of important moments in history. In this video, students view, react to, and discuss first-person accounts of the Holocaust.

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Student Agency After Parkland

This webinar explores the many questions faced by educators in the wake of the events in Parkland, Florida.

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Connecting Students to Memorials via Arts/Makerspace

Through an interdisciplinary hands-on art class, students create memorials to those lost during the Holocaust. Several students have personal ties to the Holocaust and share how their projects honor these connections.

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Fostering Civil Discourse, Part I

In this first webinar of a two-part series, strategies are modeled to help teachers foster civil discourse in their classrooms.

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Fostering Civil Discourse, Part II

In this second webinar in the two-part series, successes and challenges of implementing strategies to foster civil discourse and create reflective classrooms are discussed.

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Teaching Night

This webinar explores the Teaching Night resource guide with a focus on how to use the many resources in the guide with students.

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Socratic Seminar: Social Justice

In this video, students participate in a Socratic seminar centered on the essential question, "How do our personal stories influence how we fight for justice?" They consider the personal stories of civil rights activists Yuri Kochiyama and Angela Davis.

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Explore the Legacy of the Holocaust Today

This webinar explores some of the immediate and long-term legacies of the Holocaust and World War II.

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Two-Column Note-Taking

In this video, the teacher uses the Two-Column Note-Taking strategy with his students to help them organize their thoughts and emotional responses as they listen to recorded survivor testimony. This strategy gives students literal space to process their emotional responses to challenging material.

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Understanding We and They

In this video, students discuss the idea of “we and they.” They reflect on the snap judgements they make about others and consider how others might make quick calculations about them. Concepts of membership, belonging and stereotypes are addressed.

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Teaching in a Time of Terrorism

This webinar provides support for educators to think about what and how they will teach in a time of terrorism.

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News Literacy in a Digital Age

This webinar explores ways teachers can help their students to become informed and effective civic participants in today’s digital landscape.

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The Power of Propaganda

In this video, a high school class prepares to read Elie Wiesel’s Night. To build their historical understanding, students participate in a gallery walk to learn about the power of Nazi propaganda.

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Introduction to Contracting

Contracting is an effective strategy to create a reflective classroom. In this video, a teacher leads a class through the contracting process and students discuss expectations and norms of how class members will treat each other.

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Navigating Difficult Conversations: Talking About DACA and DREAMers

As educators, what do we need to consider when discussing DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, and the preceding DREAM Act, in class? This webinar provides tips for facilitating conversations about this topic.

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The Weimar Republic: Socratic Seminar

In this video, students participate in a Socratic seminar after reading Voices in the Dark, a first-person account of antisemitism experienced by a WWI veteran. The Socratic seminar centers around the question, "What does this story teach us about Germany in the early 1920s?"

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Navigating Difficult Conversations: Gender Identity

This webinar explores how to facilitate open and respectful classroom conversations about gender identity.

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Think-Pair-Share

This video shows the Think-Pair-Share strategy in action with high school students.

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Navigating Difficult Conversations: Building Trust

This webinar focuses on how to cultivate safe spaces for students so that open and respectful dialogue can take place in the classroom.

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New Films to Explore the Holocaust and Human Behavior

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to integrate the new edition’s video testimonies and original mini-documentaries into your classroom, and get tips for teaching strategies that connect the study of history with ethical reflection and human behavior.

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Gallery Walk

This video shows a high school class using the Gallery Walk strategy to consider images of monuments and memorials before embarking on an "Action Project."

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Evidence Logs

The Evidence Logs strategy provides a place where students can centralize and organize evidence they collect over the course of a unit. This video shows how this strategy can be used to prepare students for a Socratic Seminar.

 

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Exploring Judgment and Justice

Students explore the nature of justice and how the unwritten rules of society can impact how laws are carried out. The class discusses the historical case of the Scottsboro Boys, nine black teenagers falsely accused of raping two white women in 1930s Alabama.

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A Range of Choices: Terminology

Part 1 of the two-part lesson, "A Range of Choices." Students are introduced to the terminology of the roles individuals play (bystander, upstander, collaborator, victim, and perpetrator).

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A Range of Choices: In Action

Part 2 of the two-part lesson, "A Range of Choices." Students read primary sources and discuss the roles that individuals have played in those historical cases.

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Teaching the Rise of the Nazis Through Images

This webinar explores how images from Holocaust and Human Behavior can be used to support students' understanding of key themes in the history of the rise of the Nazis.

1:00:11
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Fostering Civil Discourse: Teaching Kids to Respectfully Disagree

Learn strategies to support your students to develop effective skills for civic participation.

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Memphis 1968: Lessons for Today

Learn interdisciplinary teaching strategies to examine the events that brought Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to Memphis in 1968 through a critical lens.

1:03:32
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Identity, Race and the Classroom, Part 2

Explore frameworks for having rigorous, nuanced, and identity-safe conversations about race.

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Identity, Race and the Classroom , Part 1

Explore frameworks for having rigorous, nuanced, and identity-safe conversations about race.

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A New Approach to Teaching the Reconstruction Era

During this webinar, you will be introduced to teaching about the Reconstruction era using an approach that helps students connect this history to their own lives and the choices they make today.

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