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Registration is now open for ADL’s Los Angeles Holocaust Education Institute for teachers. T14_7735BBSpanning most of the school year, the Institute will bring together museum-based resources, curricula, pedagogical expertise, and dynamic presenters through two full-day sessions and one early evening session.

$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.


Stipend and substitute teacher reimbursement is only available for Sessions One and Two.
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  Session 1

A Multimedia Framework for Teaching the Holocaust
October 24, 2014
Session One has concluded. Visit here for more information.

  Session 2

Experiential Holocaust Education
February 27, 2015 
Session Two has concluded. Visit here for more information.

Anti-Semitism Since the Holocaust
March 26, 2015

 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

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