- REGISTER HERE for our ADL workshop “Teaching about the Holocaust” in Bellingham, WA on April 29, 2017
- WWU press release on free workshop on Holocaust Education
Information for registered participants:
- Driving directions to Western Washington University
- Information on free weekend parking in campus lots C & 12A
- Parking Services map
- Campus map – The workshop will take place in Miller Hall. Check-in will be available at 8:30AM.
On Saturday, April 29, 2017, the Ray Wolpow Institute for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity at WWU will host a free full-day workshop for teachers with a focus on Holocaust education & its implications for the present and the future. Participants will be introduced to the “Echoes and Reflections” curriculum by facilitators from the Anti-Defamation League and learn how to implement these lessons in their classrooms. “We are delighted to offer this free professional development to our community,” says Dr. Sandra Alfers, the institute’s director. “Washington State recommends the teaching of the Holocaust in schools as expressed in RCW 28A.300.115, and teachers will learn how they can implement “Echoes and Reflections” in their classroom.” Participants will also have the opportunity to meet and hear local Holocaust survivor and educator Noémi Ban in a special presentation with Prof. Emeritus Ray Wolpow (Secondary Education) and Prof. Sandra Alfers (German/Director RWI). Teachers will receive an official “Echoes and Reflection” certificate AND gain 5 clock hours for continuing education.