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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Thanks to Patti Blount in Durand for sharing news about this upcoming webinar from Lee & Low Books and the Anti-Defamation League:

Back to School Webinar: Teaching Tough Topics with Children's Literature


Teaching Tough Topics with Children's Literature, along with logos for Anti Defamation League and Lee & Low Books













The start of the school year is a critical time to establish community and shared values of respect, honesty and trust.
 
With the one-year anniversary of the violence in Charlottesville coming up and other traumatic news constantly making headlines, many educators are left wondering how to discuss current events with their students and to navigate meaningful, age-appropriate discussions on topics like hate, racism, and prejudice.
 
Join Lee & Low Books in collaboration with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and special education teacher and Responsive Classroom teacher consultant, Ina Pannell-St. Surin, for the timely, hour-long webinar: “Teaching Tough Topics with Children’s Literature” that aims to help address these concerns through worthy books, activities, and resources on Wednesday, August 22 at 3PM EDT. Registration is free, but space is limited so register today!

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