Teacher Education

Teacher Education

Seminar Yad Vashem International School, Jerusalem: July 2019

Continuous Professional Development

Valley of the communities Yad Vashem

Event: Three-day summer school for teachers, educators, community workers, members of the Gardai and Defence Forces

Dates:  July 2019

Place: Preparation seminar will take place in Trinity College Dublin

To Apply: Contact the HETI office info@hetirland.org or download and complete the application form

Fees: On application

 

An eight day programme for teachers at Yad Vashem International School for Holocaust Studies. This course is specifically tailored for Irish teachers, providing an in depth exposure to the many facets of the Holocaust. Working at the exceptional Holocaust Museum and Archives Centre, participants can avail of resources, expertise and personal testimonies. This visit will include tours of the Yad Vashem campus; the Valley of the Communities; the art museum and historical museum; a walking tour of the Old City of Jerusalem and a tour focusing on the Christian sites around the Sea of Galilee.

NB: This programme can be taken independently or as part of the Certificate in Holocaust Education

Testimonials

“Without any doubt, the study trip to Jerusalem in July was a life-changing experience and one that I will never forget.  I will take what I learned here and use it in my own life and in my classroom.”

“This visit has given me an enormous amount of insight, perspective and knowledge.”

“Having a deeper knowledge will give me more confidence teaching about the Holocaust.”

“By gaining knowledge of the topic, I feel more confident. The workshops helped me to understand how to use resources effectively.”

“Working with primary sources, testimonies, diaries, photos and art, is the best way to teach about the Holocaust.”

“The quality of the academic lectures was exceptional… There was a good mix of history, art, video, physical movement and personal testimonies.”

“Very valuable. Lots of good, practical teaching strategies and links to extra reading and resources.”

“The balance of the program was top-class. The move from formal lecture, to workshop, to visits, with breaks in between, kept the days interesting.”

 

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