Combating Online Hate in Schools: What to Know. What to Do.

This seminar is for all caring adults in school communities- support staff, administrators, SROs and educators- to examine the issues of digital citizenship in an age of online hate. Led by a SWC Researcher you will be oriented to the state of online hate through the Center's searchable database and discuss the vulnerabilities and dangers of many of the popular digital platforms used by young people today.This workshop also orients you to a new free classroom activity offered by the MOT to middle and high school classes Combat Hate that empowers students to decode and reject hate when they come across it.

You will receive:

  • The SWC's digital Lexicon of Hate
  • The SWC"s latest Digital Hate and Terrorism report 
  • Combat Hate Student Workshop Lesson Plan and Action Plan Card

Upcoming Open Enrollment Session Dates:

  • May 11, 2020 at 3:00 PM (2 hours) REGISTER

  • May 26, 2020 at 3:00 PM (2 hours) REGISTER

Book this Program for your Group:

Contact us to request this program for your group on a date that works for you. Minimum 25 participants required.

Invite an MOT Youth Educator to present this workshop for your students!

COMBAT HATE! A Digital Empowerment Workshop is a dynamic, FREE virtual experience that engages students in critical thinking for decoding and rejecting online hate. As an online safety curriculum aligned with ISTE digital citizenship standards, it is based on foundational media literacy skills and examples compiled by the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Research Department. The workshop ends using an action planning worksheet which all students keep and share for ongoing use.

The workshop is 50 minutes and is delivered via Zoom or other platforms by one of our trained facilitators.The session includes online polling, interactive discussion and fillable activity sheets.

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