Preparing Your Classroom for Conversations about Antisemitism

Introducing your students to sensitive subjects such as historical and contemporary antisemitism requires a supportive and reflective learning environment. Join us as we model pedagogical approaches and tools that are central to creating such a classroom community. You will leave with concrete strategies you can use to engage your class when discussing cases of antisemitism, as well as other difficult issues.

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Citations

  • 1We originally posted a version of this poem attributed to Mickey ScottBey Jones. After learning that Jones' version was plagiarized, we have replaced it with the original poem by Beth Strano. Please use Strano's version going forward.

Type

On-Demand Webinar

Topic

Antisemitism & Religious Intolerance

Approach / Teaching Strategy

Classroom Discussion

Subject

Social Studies
ELA/English Language Arts

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