HOLOCAUST EDUCATION TRAINING: How And Why Did The Holocaust Occur, And What Do We Do About It Today?

MON, JUNE 24, 8AM – 5PM
$30 Registration Fee includes workshop, materials, continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks (kosher dietary laws observed). Space is limited; Registrations closes on June 10.

The Ohio Council on Holocaust and Genocide Education (OCHGE) presents a day-long Holocaust workshop focusing on instruction of middle and high school teachers in the history and pedagogy of the Holocaust and genocide. Teachers from public, private, and parochial schools throughout Ohio are invited to attend, as are all educators, lawyers, students, and members of the community who are interested in Holocaust education and advocacy. A special session will introduce attendees to a variety of Holocaust education programs and web resources. Certificates of Participation will be available at end of the workshop. The training features:

  • Keynote Address: The Role and Rule of Law in Nazi Germany, Professor Kenneth Ledford, Case Western Reserve University
  • Using Artifacts to Understand Hate and the Holocaust, Professor Mark Cole, Cleveland State University
  • Genocide: Can This Happen Again?, Professor Brad Beach, Walsh University
  • Survivor Talk, Roman Frayman, local Holocaust survivor
  • Exploration of the Museum’s Holocaust artifacts

For more information, and to register, visit the OCHGE website or visit: https://ochge.org/events/