Resources - Talking about Violence and Extremism
This week, educators and parents across Los Angeles are working to help our young people make sense of the events happening in our country. As in any time we have faced challenging moments such as these, children have questions and concerns, and the support of adults in our community is essential to help kids sort out their feelings. For adolescents, especially, it is critical to help ensure that they are avoiding reading – and spreading – the misinformation that is so easily accessible online. BJE is collecting resources for educators and parents about how to best support our children and teens through this time.
ADL Los Angeles - has outstanding resources for parents and educators alilke with links to multiple resources including:
- Empowering Young People in the Aftermath of Hate (In English and en Español)
- 5 TIPS FOR TALKING WITH CHILDREN ABOUT HATE INCIDENTS [Adapted from Empowering Young People in the Aftermath of Hate]
- Helping Students Make Sense of News Stories about Bias and Injustice
- 11 Ways Schools Can Help Students Feel Safe in Challenging Times (en Español)
- ADL & Bites Media
The Pardes Center for Jewish Educators has put out a few resources for educators (click on the image). To find out more about their coursework, click here.