Denial: The Final Stage of Genocide
April 13 – 14, 2019
University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina
Echoes and Reflections
Courses by Echoes and Reflections (sponsored by the Anti Defamation League, Yad Vashem and the USC Shoah Foundation) are free of charge. For information, see echoesandreflections.org.
Echoes & Reflections empowers middle and high school educators with dynamic classroom materials and professional development. Offered and listed on their website is a powerfully-packed schedule of free year-round webinars, online courses, and in-person programs and other resources to help educators gain the skills, knowledge, and confidence to effectively teach students about the holocaust.
May 31 – June 2, 2020
Global Gathering of Holocaust Survivors, Descendants, Educators and Friends
Commemorating 75 years of liberation
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Registration opens Spring, 2019
For more: www.liberation75.org.
North Carolina Council on the Holocaust Teacher Workshops
Workshops offered listed here: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/holocaust-council/workshops/
Workshops are open to North Carolina teachers in public, charter, and private schools. They are most appropriate for Language Arts and Social Studies teachers in middle and high schools. Substitute pay is provided for public school teachers. Participants receive a packet of teaching materials, plus selections from the Council’s publication, The Holocaust: A North Carolina Teacher's Resource (available online in full via the Council website).
Seven to nine workshops are held throughout the school year at sites across the state. Over 8000 teachers and administrators have attended Council workshops since 1989.
Contact the Council for more information.
US Holocaust Memorial Museum
2019 Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conference for Educators
US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC
English Language Arts Session: July 22–24, 2019
Social Studies/History Session: July 25–27, 2019
This annual conference is intended for secondary school and community college educators with less than five years of experience teaching about the Holocaust. Educators with more experience are also invited to attend.
Participants will work closely with Museum staff, historians, and expert educators; have exclusive access to Museum exhibitions when the Museum is closed to the public; obtain lesson plans that focus on teaching diverse audiences and the relevance of the Holocaust today, and network, with educators from around the country.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, and it ends on June 15. Participants are responsible for their transportation to and accommodations in Washington, DC. There is no conference hotel. A limited number of scholarships are available to offset travel costs. There is no fee to attend the conference.