Explore frameworks for having rigorous, nuanced, and identity-safe conversations about race.
The letter exchange between George Washington and the Hebrew congregation of Newport was not the only landmark event in the early history of America that dealt with issues of religious freedom and identity. Seixas’ letter and Washington’s subsequent response exist within a timeline of many other events during which the newly formed country faced those issues. Continue reading below for information about some of those events.
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.
Explore how we can engage with our history, reflecting on how and who we choose to remember, and how we can make the lessons of history feel relevant today.
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.
Explore remote teaching strategies and approaches to creating community and sustaining student-centered learning in a digital environment.
Learn insights from educators to promote civic skills in your students.
Explore resources for bringing closure to an extraordinary school year, helping students stay connected to learning, and rebuilding community when school resumes.
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.
This webinar features a conversation with Ambassador Samantha Power about educating young people to be upstanders for a more humane and just world.
Learn ways to empower students to find their voice, a framework for youth participation, and examples of civic participation.
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.