During the 2017-2018 school year, Teaching Tolerance produced nine webinars ranging in topics from the so-called “alt-right” to our newest framework, Teaching Hard History: American Slavery, which is designed to help educators overcome the shortcomings of textbooks and state standards in teaching this history.
More than 2,000 educators from across the United States joined us live for these informative webinars, but if you missed any of them, see below for more information and watch them on demand.
The “alt-right” is a mainstay in the news these days, but are you prepared to talk with your students about it? This webinar explores the history of the “alt-right” and how teachers can spot its influence in schools.
Produced in partnership with the National Education Association (NEA), this webinar helps administrators examine their school’s climate, identify existing policies and procedures for responding to incidents of hate and bias, and learn how to draft an action plan.
Learn how to use Teaching Tolerance’s newest collection of K–12 lessons and student outcomes, the Teaching Digital Literacy Framework. These resources will help teachers prepare students to be responsible and safe digital citizens, regardless of age.
Have you ever wondered how you can best support and empower marginalized students? In this introspective webinar, our activities and resources emphasize the importance of self-identity in having complex, identity-based conversations with students and colleagues.
This webinar, another produced in partnership with the NEA, uses Teaching Tolerance’s Let’s Talk! guide to give educators tools for facilitating relevant and challenging conversations with students.
In our final webinar produced with the NEA, we provide ready-to-use strategies for responding to biased remarks in a timely manner and helping students to do the same.
Are you looking for culturally responsive ways to support English language learners (ELLs)? Based on our recently updated best practices guide, this webinar presents specific tools and strategies for supporting ELLs in instruction, family engagement, classroom culture and school policies.
Hear from historian Hasan Kwame Jeffries about why we must teach about American slavery honestly and comprehensively. Participants in this webinar will also test their knowledge of this critical topic with a quiz and interact with Teaching Tolerance’s Teaching Hard History: American Slavery resources.
Help young students learn the meaning and value of identity, diversity, justice and action—the four domains of the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards—with engaging, creative activities. This exciting webinar can help you implement them!