The North Carolina Council on the Holocaust, and agency of DPI, offers free one day, multi-county teacher workshops on the Holocaust throughout the state and the Council reimburses for public school substitute teachers. The workshop is designed for Social Studies, Language Arts and Media Specialist teachers working with grades 6-12. All NC teachers are encouraged to attend.
These workshops are free for teachers with .6 CEUs upon completion of the one day workshop. The workshops include sessions on how to teach the Holocaust using Best Practices, a Holocaust survivor, and in-depth exploration of of one of the following topics relevant to the Holocaust- the History of the Holocaust, the History of Anti-Semitism, Propaganda or Resistance.
Registration will be available beginning September 27 at http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/holocaust-council/workshops/
October 23 – Alamance County-Burlington (open registration link- https://tinyurl.com/ybktyax8)
November 1 – Yancey County- Burnsville
November 2 – Watauga County- Boone
November 28 – Harnett County- Lillington
November 29 – Tyrrell County- Columbia
February 6 – Wayne County – Goldsboro
February 13 – Iredell County -Statesville
To be scheduled for Spring 2018- Northampton County- Jackson and Onslow County- Jacksonviille
Teachers are invited to attend the workshop that is most convenient for their schedule. The workshops have trained over 10,000 teachers in North Carolina. For more information on the Council, an agency of DPI, please visit our website: http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/holocaust-council/.
Please contact Audrey Krakovitz, Director of Teacher Workshops, NC Council on the Holocaust, for more information.