February 1, 2023 | 5 PM ET
Books play a critical role in students' lives to teach, reflect, transform and inspire. This webinar will explore how to use children's literature to introduce and deepen concepts of identity, diversity, bias and social justice in the classroom.
Explore the Past, Shape the Future
August 11, 2022
How can Holocaust education help students develop historical thinking routines as well as content knowledge? Echoes & Reflections will take an in-depth, guided tour on how to utilize newly released five short digital student activities as part of your Holocaust curriculum.
Justice, Life, and Memory After the Holocaust
July 6, 2022
How did the world respond when the reality of the Holocaust came to light? This webinar will examine the justice at Nuremberg, Eichmann’s trial, the advent of the term genocide, crimes against humanity, and Holocaust memorialization today.
Help Young People Counter Extremist Recruitment
June 28, 2022
ADL will highlight background information about domestic extremism, recruitment strategies, adolescent development and vulnerability and present real-life examples along with strategies for addressing this topic with young people.
June 15, 2022
Join us in our second annual Juneteenth celebration featuring Professor Anette Gordan-Reed, a Pulitzer Prize winning historian, Harvard law professor and bestselling author. We will pay tribute to the journey and share education resources.
Teaching about Contemporary Antisemitism
May 24, 2022
Utilizing the newly released results of the 2021 ADL Audit of Antisemitic Incidents, explore antisemitism's many manifestations from Holocaust denial/distortion to anti-Israel bias and rhetoric.
Spotlight on Contemporary Antisemitism
March 29, 2022
This webinar offers resources for teaching about antisemitism in today's world and provides strategies for promoting positive action and agency among students in the fight against this hatred.
Author Read Aloud and Conversation Series
Our author read aloud and conversation series, "Changing the World One Word at a Time," features prominent children's and young adult authors in engaging, insightful and lively discussion about their work and its relevance to the human experience.
Help Students Confront Antisemitism Online
January 25, 2022
Learn about ADL's efforts to make gaming safer and what you can do to teach your students strategies for reporting and recognizing antisemitism and hate online in gaming and social media.
Shine a Light on Antisemitism Through Education
November 18, 2021
This webinar highlights the critical importance of antisemitism education in today’s world and resources to help facilitate discussions with students about antisemitism and allyship in schools.
Using Children's Literature to Foster Empathy
July 22, 2021
Areli Morales, author of Areli is a Dreamer, and other panelists share how to use children's literature to help young people build empathy and feel empowered to address anti-immigrant bias in schools and society.
Challenging Anti-Immigrant Bias with History
July 21, 2021
What do all of us need to know about our collective past to understand and respond to anti-immigrant bias today? Erika Lee, author of America for Americans, and other panelists examine anti-immigrant bias past and present.
Effectively Respond to Bias Incidents in Your
March 3, 2021
Understand how to use ADL's toolkit, "Responding to Bias Incidents in Middle and High Schools: Resources and Best Practices for School Administrators & Educators," to address incidents effectively at your schools.
Addressing Anti-Immigrant Bias
This webinar highlights resources and strategies for educators to help address the wave of anti-immigrant and anti-Asian bias that has spread with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Creating More Inclusive School Communities
November 16, 2021
This webinar explores the legal issues of religious freedom and how to help create a school environment that respects different points of view, cultures and religious beliefs.
Is it Fake News?
March 25, 2021
ADL and Share My Lesson help educators to explore false news, understand the impact of different types of false news and find out how they can assist students in identifying the difference between real and false news.
Holocaust and Genocide Education
Explore the library of webinar recordings from our Holocaust education program, Echoes & Reflections. These one-hour webinars focus on an array of topics, all designed to increase participants’ knowledge of Holocaust history, explore and access classroom-ready content, and support instructional practice to promote student learning and understanding of this complex history and its lasting effect on the world.
Echoes & Reflections utilizes unparalleled expertise and resources from three world leaders in Holocaust education—ADL, USC Shoah Foundation and Yad Vashem.
Interview with Duncan Tonatiuh
Award winning children's book author and illustrator, talks about meeting Sylvia Mendez and how that inspired him to write Separate Is Never Equal, his love of art and writing and how his dual citizenship identity shapes what he writes.
Interview with Rosalind Wiseman
Bullying prevention specialist, talks about raising teenagers in a complex world, the role of social media and gaming, what teachers can do to engage students and how her own parenting informs her work.
Interview with Cece Bell
Children's book author and illustrator, talks about what inspired her to write El Deafo, the response she has received from children and adults about the book and why friendship is so central to her books.
Interview with Ami Polonsky
A children’s book author and teacher, talks about why she wrote Gracefully Grayson, how parents and teachers can discuss gender and transgender identity with young people and the importance of being an ally.
Interview with Kathryn Otoshi
Award winning author, illustrator and speaker, talks about her books, her process for converting big ideas into children's stories and the complex nature of friendship, bullying and standing up.