The NC Council on the Holocaust is partnering with Centropa for this workshop. Centropa is an excellent resource for Holocaust educators. Their work centers around Jewish life before and after the Holocaust. This workshop will feature local NC survivors and the Centropa film of their story of survival. Holocaust education is enhanced by the study of Jewish life and Jewish contributions in Europe before the war, as well as stories of survival and Jewish life post-WWII.
Centropa works with American, European, and Israeli teachers in seminars around the world. Each summer they host a Summer Academy in Europe with teachers from the US, Israel, and Europe.
Check out http://www.centropa.org to see their website, films, and teacher resources.
2019 Greensboro Holocaust Teacher Workshop Flier
Please print the following handouts before attending the workshop, History, Holocaust, and Digital Literacy in the Global Classroom.
Rationale for Teaching about the Holocaust
Guidelines for Teaching the Holocaust
1 – Updated Lesson Plan Aug 2016 – Copy
2 – Why didn’t they just leave worksheet (on Museum letterhead) – Copy
3 – Emigration from Germany – Updated June 2016 – Copy
4 – Immigration Visas – Updated June 2016 – Copy
5 – Klaus Langer Excerpt about Emigration – Copy
Videos and Website Links for the Workshop
Other Resources Used for the Workshop
4 Holocaust & WWII Timeline
Agenda for the workshop:
October 24, 2019 Agenda
History, Holocaust, and Digital Literacy in the Global Classroom
8:00-9:00–Logistics for the workshop. Introductory activity. Photo Activity with Lauren Granite.
9:00-10:00–US Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Guidelines for Teaching the Holocaust. Photo activity.
10:10-11:15–USHMM Timeline Activity and introduction to the lesson, “Why Didn’t They Just Leave?”
11:15- 12 noon–Lunch Break
12 noon-1:40–Lauren Granite shares Centropa resources with teachers.
1:40-1:55–Writing a Rationale for Teaching the Holocaust
2:05-3:30–Centropa Film Return to Rivne. Teachers share how they have used this film in their classes. Holocaust survivor Shelly Weiner speaks with teachers.