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The Gizella Abramson Teaching the Holocaust Conference West

Workshop
Winston Salem/Forsyth County School Education Building 4801 Bethania Station Rd, Winston-Salem, NC, United States

From 8-4 PM at the Education Building of WSFCS in Winston-Salem, NC, ELA and Social Studies teachers from grades 6-12 will hear from a Holocaust survivor, learn from experts in the field, experience hands-on lessons, and explore resources for teaching the Holocaust. Public school classroom teachers will have their substitute paid for if they attend

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Remembrance: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Margot Lobree

Event

In the auditorium of Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, NC, on October 25th at 6:30 PM, Holocaust survivor Margot Lobree will share her story of survival on the Kindertransport and the courage of her mother. The STAND (Students Taking Action Now for Darfur) and the NEHS (National English Honor Society) are sponsoring this free

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The Gizella Abramson Teaching the Holocaust Conference East

Workshop
Harnett County Schools Gentry Educator Development Center 114 Porter Drive, Erwin, NC, United States

From 8-4 PM at the Harnett County Schools Gentry Educator Development Center in Erwin, NC, ELA and Social Studies teachers from grades 6-12 will hear from a Holocaust survivor, learn from experts in the field, experience hands-on lessons, and explore resources for teaching the Holocaust. Public school classroom teachers will have their substitute paid for

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Districts 1 and 2 Gizella Abramson Teaching the Holocaust Workshop

NCDPI and the North Carolina Council on the Holocaust are hosting four regional workshops to provide districts with professional development that can be used in their school systems to support teachers as they teach about the Holocaust in middle and high school classrooms. We ask that each school system send 2-4 people to the workshop

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