Teaching the Holocaust, 13-15 August 2018
Teaching the Holocaust is an intensive three day programme for post-primary teachers that addresses the complex subject of the Holocaust and how to teach it in the Irish classroom. The course considers the historical context of the Holocaust, pedagogic challenges, cross-curricular perspectives and interdisciplinary approaches.
Teachers of History, RE, English, CSPE, Drama, German and other European languages, Mathematics, Music, Sports and Transition Year have all benefitted from participation in this programme, presented by international Holocaust educators.
- The historical context and development of the Holocaust
- Teaching the Holocaust to Junior and Senior Cycle
- Choosing and using age appropriate resources
- Methodologies and Lesson Plans for the classroom
- Participants will draw together a comprehensive portfolio of resources by the end of the course
This programme can be taken independently or as part of the Certificate in Holocaust Education awarded by Trinity College Dublin
Venue: Trinity College, Dublin 2
Fee: €295 (includes lunch each day)
This three day summer course was a fantastic introduction to the complexities of the Holocaust. The breadth and depth of topics covered was outstanding. It was an extremely well organised programme, the calibre of the lectures was of a very high standard and the variety of topics was excellent.
Good mixture between the very interesting academic-style lectures and the workshops. The best compliment I can pay this course is that I signed up to the full certificate course based on how impressed I was with the facilitators and lecturers and the overall layout of this course.
An excellently balanced programme- obviously significant planning went into delivering a balanced delivery of facts with methodological tools.
Excellent ideas about how to introduce the complex subject of the Holocaust into the classroom. Superb engaging lectures, very informative.
Teaching the Holocaust 2017 Programme
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