As the crisis in Ukraine continues to develop, educators in all settings are called upon to address feelings and concerns, help explain what is happening, and provide larger historical and political context.
In this collection you can find resources for many ages and types of learners to help you teach about this crisis thoughtfully.
As the events continue to unfold, this collection will grow and change. Check back for more materials.
Tips from Education Week for talking about current events
A toolkit from the San Diego County Office of Education
This guide offers tools and strategies to help teachers organize discussions on current events in their classrooms.
New York Times Learning Network Lesson of the Day
Historical review worksheet with accompanying maps and reflection questions.
A Media Literacy Choice Board for students created by University of Massachusetts Amherst Professors.
Use this video to explain the crisis in Ukraine to young learners.
Tips from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
The Jewish Perspective
An overview of the Jewish community in Ukraine and the current Ukrainian-Russian crisis.
Leonard Petlakh and David Bryfman discuss how educators can navigate the complexity of the Ukraine conflict.
This webinar will give us the context and tools to facilitate conversations about the current situation in Ukraine.
Moving Traditions invites you to use our new 2022 Passover Seder supplement to discuss “Never again” with the Jewish youth at your table.