New Yad Vashem Online Course (May 2013): "Holocaust Education for Elementary and Middle School" and "Life in the Ghettos"

Diese Online-Kurse der "International School for Holocaust Studies" können weltweit belegt werden.

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New Yad Vashem Online Course: "Holocaust Education for Elementary and Middle School" - Begins May 27th

This new pedagogical course focuses on the pedagogical philosophy for teaching the Holocaust, developed at the International School for Holocaust Studies. After familiarizing the participants with the core concepts, we present methods of implementation for the elementary/middle school ages (ages 7 through 14) using books and teaching aids created at the International School. Teachers who have completed the course will learn new approaches for teaching the Holocaust to younger students.

The course begins May 27th, 2013, and ends September 16th, 2013, and is available for audiences worldwide. The course consists of 7 lessons, and assignments are to be submitted every other week. Graduates will receive a certificate from Yad Vashem for completion of 30 hours. Consult your academic institution for accreditation possibilities. Course opening is subject to minimum enrollment. Enrollment fee is $50.

For Israeli teachers, the course is also eligible for gmul hishtalmut (30 hours + grade). Participants are additionally required to attend a day-seminar (yom iyun), which will take place July 2nd, 2013, and submit a final assignment.
For more information, visit Yad Vashem's online courses page and course FAQ

Yad Vashem Online Course "Life in the Ghettos" - Begins May 27th
This course in Holocaust history explores the evolution of the ghettos, their function, and their role within the "Final Solution". Special emphasis is placed on daily life inside the ghettos – the Jews' day-to-day struggles, dilemmas, and acts of resistance in the face of diminishing living space and means. As with all Yad Vashem courses, the course approach is guided by the Pedagogical Philosophy of the International School for Holocaust Education.

The course begins May 27th, 2013, and ends September 16th, 2013, and is available for audiences worldwide. The course consists of 13 weekly lessons and assignments. Graduates will receive a certificate from Yad Vashem for completion of 60 hours. Course opening is subject to minimum enrollment. Graduates will receive a certificate from Yad Vashem for completion of 60 hours. Academic accreditation recognized by Seton Hill University - consult your academic institution for further accreditation possibilities. Enrollment fee is $100.

For Israeli teachers, the course is also eligible for gmul hishtalmut (60 hours + grade). Participants are additionally required to attend two day-seminars

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Online Course:"Holocaust Education for Elementary and Middle School
Online Course:"Holocaust Education for Elementary and Middle School
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