ADL Education webinars and podcasts from leaders in anti-bias and Holocaust education assist educators and parents in building inclusive and respectful learning environments and provide timely and important information on curricula resources and children's books related to bias, bullying, diversity and social justice.
Explore the library of webinar recordings from our Holocaust education program, Echoes & Reflections.
This webinar will highlight 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.
Explore how children's literature on historical and current events can play a powerful role in children’s lives to learn, inspire and transform.
Set a foundation for discussing complex and sensitive themes with students in the classroom using primary resources and picture books.
Are bullying and cyberbullying issues for college students? Learn to address the issues of bullying, bias and power as part of larger educational initiatives around diversity and inclusion on campus.
Explore the legal issues of religious freedom and learn how you can help to create a school environment that respects different points of view, religious beliefs and practices.
Help your students understand that there are powerful ways to be an ally that don’t involve confrontation. Learn how bystanders can become allies.
Increase your understanding about the relationship between bullying and bias and learn strategies for responding effectively to bias-motivated bullying.
Is your school disciplinary system equitable? Review the legal aspects of Federal guidance on school discipline and learn how to implement educational best practices for addressing bias related issues in schools.
Unfortunately, the impressions imparted by some books are not always positive and free from bias. Learn what teachers can do to take advantage of their early windows of opportunity to prevent the development of prejudice. Note this webinar is 1 ½ hours.
Increase your ability to use current events and controversial issues as a way to teach about bias, diversity and social justice while still addressing learning standards.