Professional Development

Professional Development, credit: USHMMOur Professional Development programs and workshops are your opportunities to learn about new Holocaust education resources and teaching methodologies and network with other teachers from a wide spectrum of schools.

We are pleased to help promote the following Professional Development opportunities from our Community Partners:

 

Bearing Witness – July 20-24, 2020

Daylesford Abbey, 220 S. Valley Road, Paoli 19301

Rolling admission.

Residential professional development program for Catholic school educators, grades 6-12, focusing on the history of Catholic-Jewish relations and the Holocaust. Co-sponsored by the ADL and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. For more information and application, contact Randi Boyette at rboyette@adl.org

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Gratz College Summer Institute – July 12-17, 2020

Melrose Park, PA

Open to non-matriculated students and well as degree candidates. Courses to be announced. See Gratz Summer Institute

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2020 Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conference for Holocaust Educators

Washington, D.C.

English Language Arts Session: July 20-22, 2020

Social Studies/History Session: July 23-25, 2020

Designed for pre-service, middle, and high school teachers and community college faculty with less than five years teaching the Holocaust. Three-day conferences introduce Museum resources and pedagogical approach to teaching about the Holocaust. For details, contact Chelsea Halling-Nye at challing@ushmm.org