Full course description
Participate in this online course for a guided, facilitator-led exploration of Echoes & Reflections resources that support the teaching of historical and contemporary antisemitism in today’s classrooms. Antisemitism did not fade after World War II, but is a global phenomenon that continues to rise. Participation in this course will give you the tools needed to deliver thoughtful, engaging, and historically accurate lessons on contemporary antisemitism for students.
- Program includes three interactive modules released over three weeks; approximately 6 hours to complete in total – at no cost
- Proceed at your own pace each week, be supported by an instructor, and enjoy interaction with other educators
- Complete all three modules for a 6-hour certificate
- Final module includes additional time to complete optional final project for a 10-hour certificate
- Graduate credit available through the University of the Pacific. Please visit their site for more information.
- Module I: Opens Monday, February 13th
- Module II: Opens Monday, February 20th
- Module III: Opens Monday, February 27th
- Optional Final Project: Due March 12th
- Learn about the comprehensive resources available in Echoes & Reflections to support the teaching of historical and contemporary antisemitism.
- Be introduced to a sound pedagogy for teaching about the Holocaust.
- Practice instructional strategies designed to help your students learn about the complex history of contemporary antisemitism that persists in their schools, communities, and the world.
- (Optional) Prepare a final project to take back to the classroom.
- Become part of a network of educators teaching about the Holocaust and genocide.