Upcoming Webinar

Every day, immigration dominates the headlines. In a time of relentless news and heated rhetoric about immigrants in the United States, however, how do you deal with immigration in the classroom? How do you increase awareness, respectful discussion and thoughtful reflection amid strong opinions, personal stories and impacted families?

Register now for Teaching Immigration Now: Current Events in the Classroom, a free webinar for educators and the public hosted by The Immigrant Learning Center Public Education Institute on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. EST.

You will learn: 

  • The latest immigration updates
  • Strategies to facilitate fact-based discussion that promotes understanding, awareness and empathy
  • Techniques for students to reflect on and question anti-immigrant language and discourse

Technical requirements: 

  • An Internet connection
  • Speakers
  • You may be prompted to authorize a plug-in
  • Other system requirements as determined by Zoom

Presenters: 

Adam Strom
Director, Re-imagining Migration

Monica Bauer
Director, Hispanic Affairs at Anti-Defamation League

Kira Simon
Assistant Education Director, New York Regional Office at Anti-Defamation League

Federico Salas-Isnardi
President and Lead Instructor, FSI Diversity and Education

Denzil Mohammed
Director, The ILC Public Education Institute

This free webinar is open to K-12 and adult educators, administrators, principals, librarians and members of the public. It is free, but you must register to attend. View recordings and resources from past webinars on immigrant integration, education and research.