Professional Learning for Educators

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Professional Learning for Educators

ADL offers a variety of professional learning opportunities to equip educators with tools to engage young people in conversation around bias.

Join us!

With over three decades of experience in schools, ADL offers engaging professional learning opportunities, tools and resources to help you build your own skills and teach new ideas around anti-bias and Holocaust education. Whether you have 10 minutes, an hour or several weeks, we have many options that can be adapted to fit your busy schedule.

ADL Training

Onsite and Virtual Training Programs

Discover ways to bring ADL's anti-bias, bullying prevention and Holocaust education programs to your school and community. Our in-person and virtual programs assist educators and students in understanding and challenging bias and building ally behaviors.

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Online Courses

Sign up for the course that best meets your needs. ADL offers both facilitated and self-paced online courses for K–12 classrooms and campus communities.

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Webinars & Podcasts

Experience our free webinars and podcasts featuring leaders in anti-bias and Holocaust education. Explore topics and resources, including young people’s literature and ways to address issues related to bias, bullying, identity, social justice and more.

Anti-Bias Teaching & Learning Digital Kits

Start applying an anti-bias lens in your classroom to create a more inclusive and equitable learning environment. Our digital kits provide a foundational understanding of ADL’s approach to anti-bias education. Each kit bundles resources related to a key concept or topic. Kits include background information for professional learning, guided lessons, student learning materials for assignments or in-class work, family resources and suggestions for children’s or young adult literature.