Registration is now open for ADL’s Los Angeles Holocaust Education Institute for teachers. Spanning most of the school year, the Institute will bring together museum-based resources, curricula, pedagogical expertise, and dynamic presenters through two full-day sessions.
$50 Stipend Available!
Educators who attend an entire session may apply for a $50 personal stipend and for their schools to receive up to $150 in substitute teacher reimbursement. Funding is limited; both the stipend and reimbursement are available on a first-come first-served basis.
| || ||A Multimedia Framework for Teaching the Holocaust |
November 1, 2013
| || ||Experiential Holocaust Education |
February 21, 2014
| What are the goals of the Institute? |
- Introduce educators to an expanded pedagogy for teaching the Holocaust
- Teach effective strategies for Holocaust education
- Provide linkage between the Holocaust and a variety of disciplines
- Meet state and Common Core standards
- Create a network with colleagues in the field
- Enable students to explore history through the personal accounts of eyewitnesses
“I have studied and taught the
Holocaust since I was in high school,
and I am truly amazed how well the lessons are organized and how
easily accessible testimonies are.”
- Michael G., 2011 Participant
The Holocaust Education Institute brings together the finest resources to teach about the Holocaust from the Anti-Defamation League, the CA Center for Excellence on the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, Human Rights and Tolerance, the LA Museum of the Holocaust, the Museum of Tolerance and the USC Shoah Foundation.