Spring Semester Course*:
January 28, 2003-May 6, 2003
Mayerson Hall Auditorium at Hebrew Union College -Jewish Institute of Religion
*Enrollment is limited. Upon acceptance into this course, $98 is required to cover costs of materials.
Holocaust Studies for Educators: A 21st Century Challenge is a multidisciplinary teacher training program at the graduate-level developed for teachers, education professionals, administrators and graduate students in the Tri-state area.
The core course is offered by The Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion on its Cincinnati campus, and it is recognized and approved for graduate level credit hours or in-service professional training. Since 1996, teaching the Holocaust to educators is the focus of the Center. Course graduates continue to be involved through our vast resources:
Holocaust Studies for Educators: A 21st Century Challenge is taught by the world-renowned educator, Dr. Racelle Weiman, Director of the Center. It is organized into the following teaching modules:
After September 11, teachers seek answers to their students' fears and questions. Holocaust Studies for Educators: A 21st Century Challenge addresses with integrity the issues of inhumanity and confrontation with evil. Offering creative solutions and promoting dialogue, it leads the quest for moral and social intelligence for the modern world. Engaging multiple levels of sensory knowledge, the course includes:
For additional information, please contact
The Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
3101 Clifton Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45220
513.221.1875 x 355 (t)
Visit our website at http://www.huc.edu/chhe/