Teaching Tolerance and cohosts from SPLC’s Intelligence Project and American University’s Polarization and Extremism Research Innovation Lab (PERIL) present a webinar on combating the radicalization of young people online.
Tune in to this webinar to get your high school students ready to vote! Along with special guest and My School Votes Director Andrew Amore, we will go over strategies for building school-based voter registration campaigns.
Co-hosted by Teaching Tolerance Advisory Board members Kinette Richards, Ph.D., school psychologist, and Barbie Garayúa Tudryn, school counselor, this webinar will help you gain a common understanding of trauma and how it affects both learning and relationships at school—for students and educators alike.
Join Teaching Tolerance for a webinar about student mental health—and why it matters. Cohosted by Dr. Charles Barrett, Chair for the National Association of School Psychologists Multicultural Affairs Committee, this webinar will focus on challenges students face regarding mental health, including how those challenges can vary.
Join Teaching Tolerance and Director Maureen Costello as we explore the role of U.S. segregation in everything from housing to employment to wealth accumulation—and the policies that made it all happen. Tune in to learn why the “bootstraps theory” doesn’t hold up and gain some useful tools for your classroom practice.
Co-hosted by experts from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, this webinar will delve into the ways American history instruction often fails to acknowledge—and contributes to—the erasure of Indigenous stories and perspectives.
Join Teaching Tolerance for a deep dive into our brand-new Teaching Hard History framework for grades K–5! Participants will learn how our elementary framework centers the stories of enslaved people to teach the history of American slavery in a way that is both age-appropriate and accessible.
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, join TT in unpacking the origins, meaning and contemporary impact of the term "Asian American Pacific Islander." We will also break down the model minority myth and provide educators with resources to effectively teach AAPI history.