At your convenience; courses open for two weeks. (Closes February 21, 2022 at 11:59PM EST)
All the Details
- Dynamic 3-4 hour experience– at no cost.
- Learning takes place over one week, in conversation with other educators and an expert instructor.
- Certificate for professional learning hours provided.
- Receive a comprehensive package of teaching materials on the course topic.
- Gain instructional approaches for both traditional and online classroom settings.
Examining and Responding to Antisemitism in American Culture and Society
Explore Echoes & Reflections resources to support teaching about the historical roots of antisemitism, its unique history in the United States, and gain the tools to help students become agents of change and allyship in their schools and communities. After completing this module, you will be able to:
- Apply a sound pedagogy when planning and implementing effective Holocaust and antisemitism education
- Enhance personal knowledge about the historical roots of
antisemitism, how this hate has changed throughout time, specifically
how it has manifested in American culture and society.
- Understand current “trends” in how antisemitism shows up;
including extremism, Holocaust denial, misinformation, cyber-hate, or
- Identify ways to empower students to recognize and respond to antisemitism.