Author, Michelle Weinfeld, will share her grandfather’s story of surviving the Holocaust, the life lessons he taught her, and how being the grandchild of a survivor has influenced her life.
Dr. Alexis Herr, a comparative genocide scholar, and Channy Chhi Laux, survivor of the Cambodian Genocide, will discuss how to use survivor testimony to educate about genocide and human rights.
Purpose: The Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO brings together school physicians, school nurses, school counselors, school…
Asian American History IS United States History is presented by NJEA & E Pluribus Unum. The presentation will give participants a better understanding of history (1700s to present), race relations today, and how they affect Asian American students and families.
Presented by NJEA’s PDII Consultants, this workshop is designed to provide teachers with a basic understanding of AI and how it can be integrated into their teaching practices to benefit both themselves and their students.
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Applications now being accepted. Deadline for submissions is May 15, 2023.