May 10: Q&A for Teaching About Ukraine: Webinar for K-12 Educators

The Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia (CREECA) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites K-12 educators to attend the virtual event “Q&A for Teaching About Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine.”

Tuesday, May 10, from 4:00-5:30 p.m. CDT on Zoom. Registration required.

This virtual event presents an opportunity for K-12 educators to engage with regional experts, address concerns, and explore ways to talk about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its global impact in the classroom. Beginning with short presentations by four UW-Madison specialists, teachers will then have 30 minutes for discussion and Q&A with the panelists. The webinar will address Ukraine and Russia’s historical relationship, what is happening now, and potential future outcomes; the Western European reaction to the invasion and its impact; the Ukrainian refugee crisis in global context; and examining and distinguishing mis- and disinformation from legitimate news on the war in Ukraine.

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This event is co-organized with the Institute for Regional and International Studies National Resource Center and the Center for European Studies at UW-Madison.

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