The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey and Rockland County’s Holocaust Museum Center for Tolerance and Education welcomes teachers and educators to anti-bias and diversity training sessions.
“Learning from the Past, Understanding Today,” the first session of “Addressing anti-Semitism through Education Training” is on Wednesday, February 19, from 3 to 5 p.m. “Proactive and Reactive Strategies for You and Your Students” is the topic on Wednesday, March 18, at the same time. Both sessions are at JFNNJ in Paramus, 50 Eisenhower Drive.
“Addressing anti-Semitism through Education Training” is an interactive program of critical thinking and discussion. It demonstrates the benefits of reducing unconscious bias, both personally and professionally. It is open to teachers and people continuing their education, and a certificate of attendance will be provided.
To reserve a spot, go to jfnnj.org/training, email AriellaN@jfnnj.org, or call (201) 820-3946.