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|After the Holocaust: The Courage to Rebuild|
"After the Holocaust: The Courage to Rebuild" - Professional Development Day for Educators, October 31, 2012. No Charge, but Pre-Registration is Required.
Collaboratively Planned and Sponsored by College of Saint Elizabeth Holocaust Resource Center & The Education Department & Young Leadership Associates of The American Society for Yad Vashem Co-Sponsored by the NJ Commission on Holocaust Education
Testimony: STEFANIE SELTZER (Holocaust Survivor, Poland)
Christopher Zaar, Education Specialist, National Archives
• Caring Makes a Difference [Elementary School]
Peppy Margolis, Director, Cultural Outreach and Institute for Holocaust & Genocide Studies, Raritan Valley Community College; Author, “Caring Makes a Difference, K–4 Curriculum Guide” for NJ Commission on Holocaust Education
• The Internet: Holocaust Denial and More…. [Middle/High School]
Dr. Marlene W. Yahalom, Director of Education, American Society for Yad Vashem
• Case Study: Using Primary Source Documents to Uncover Personal History During the Holocaust – Documents from Yad Vashem, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and Bad Arolsen Archives. [Elementary, Middle, & H.S.]
Ryan Lilienthal, Immigration Attorney, Princeton, NJ
• The Liberators’ Project: Using Testimony of Liberators and Survivors in Holocaust Education [All Grades]
Dr. David Machlis, Vice Chairman, International March of the Living (MOL), Professor of Economics, Adelphi University; Caroline Senatore, Intern, Liberators’ Project (MOL); Irving Roth, Holocaust Survivor (Slovakia), Founder, “Adopt-a-Survivor” Program, Director, Holocaust Resource Center – Temple Judea of Manhasset; and Frederick Carrier, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (retired), Liberator of Buchenwald Concentration Camp
Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Resource Materials Provided!
To register, send the following information in an email addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAME/TITLE of EDUCATOR
For further information, contact Dr. Harriet Sepinwall, Professor of Holocaust Studies and Co-Director, College of Saint Elizabeth Holocaust Education Resource Center: email@example.com