Co-sponsored by The Holocaust Educators Network and the National Writing Project, the Memorial Library Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education in New York City is a seminar that uses an inquiry-based approach that encourages teachers to think creatively and collaboratively about methods and approaches for teaching the Holocaust. The seminar will consider how we engage students with difficult material such as hatred, prejudice, and state-sanctioned genocide, and how writing, dialogue, and inquiry can help us develop empathy and move us toward action. While the focus is on the Holocaust, attention will also be given to more recent genocides. More...
Date:Jul 5, 2011 at (All day)
116th St. and BroadwayNew York, NY