Engaging Students in Holocaust Learning Through Literacy
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Engaging Students in Holocaust Learning Through Literacy
Presented by: Lindsay Anderson
Located at: Online
About the Session

TARGET AUDIENCE: JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL HUMANTIES TEACHERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND

Are you interested in incorporating the Holocaust into your teaching? Are you unsure of where to start? Are you teaching online, in the classroom, or a bit of both? This session is for you. We will cover a wide variety of online resources for bringing the Holocaust into middle years and high school classrooms in a respectful and holistic manner that is accessible and safe for students. Information will include novel studies, survivor stories, films, historical documents and so much more. Due to our current COVID-19 teaching, an emphasis will be placed on resources found online and programming for students in changing venues.

About the Presenter(s)

Lindsay Anderson brings over 10 years of teaching the Holocaust at the middle years along with 6 years of supporting high school English and social studies teachers through Holocaust related units. She is a USHMM Museum Teacher Fellow 2019/2020 and a 2017 Canadian Society for Yad Vashem summer seminar scholarship recipient. Lindsay is passionate about teaching the Holocaust and is excited to share her knowledge and resources.

Fee: $10.00

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