Facing History's Holocaust and Human Behavior Online Seminar for Educators
This Winter/Spring, Facing History and Ourselves will once again offer our 8-week facilitated online seminar, "Holocaust and Human Behavior." By using the Holocaust as a case study, we raise profound moral questions about the consequences of our actions and our beliefs, and we help our students make connections between history and the moral choices they make every day. While the Holocaust was a unique event in human history, the questions remain universal.
--February 21, 2008 - April 16, 2008, or,
--March 27, 2008 - May 21, 2008.
Information and application: http://www.facinghistory.org/OnlineSeminar
Renew your commitment to growing and learning; bring content, methodology, and a powerful approach to examining the Holocaust, into your classroom that will engage and transform your students; enjoy the flexible professional development opportunity of online learning; earn optional graduate credits from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA.; participate in a powerful conference call with a survivor of the Holocaust.
Take Facing History and Ourselves’ online seminar, "Holocaust and Human Behavior,"and gain full access to our in-depth professional development services, curricular resources, and ongoing support to educators in the areas of history, social studies, and English language arts.
Learn key strategies, such as how to:
*Create a safe environment in your classroom based on trust and respect for different views and opinions;
*Facilitate discussions around controversial topics;
*Take an interdisciplinary approach to teaching this difficult history.
Bring a friend, and you both receive a $50 discount.
Information and application: http://www.facinghistory.org/OnlineSeminar. Questions? Contact Beth Healey at email@example.com.
"I could not have imagined 8 weeks ago what an impact this course would have on me. I am still processing some of the material. As an educator, I now feel as if I can give the subject matter the justice that it deserves. The vast FHAO resources and wonderful suggestions from our discussions will enhance my ability to make connections for students."
"This is the first online course I have taken and, quite honestly, I didn’t expect it to feel as personal and be as significant as it has been. Because of this course, I will completely revise my teaching of the Holocaust. What I was doing before now seems paltry in light of the new wealth of resources I have to share with students."
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