The Learning Institute on Antisemitism and the Holocaust is a three-part learning series that will provide teachers with a chance to learn about the Holocaust and antisemitism directly from Holocaust survivors, leading Holocaust historians and museum professionals. While exploring the historical and contemporary impacts of antisemitism, racism and xenophobia, educators will become equipped with skills to contextualize Holocaust history for students of various ages. The program will help participants recognize and understand Holocaust distortion, minimization, and contemporary manifestations of antisemitism and hatred.
This program is open to all Ontario educators and there is no cost to participate. Registration is required. Attendance to all three sessions is recommended but not mandatory to partake in the program. Each seminar will feature unique content, and lunch will be provided for participants.
Please note: this program is designed for active educators.
Tuesday, August 9 | 10 AM – 3 PM
Tuesday, August 16 | 10 AM – 3 PM
Tuesday, October 25 | 7 PM – 9 PM
This program is generously funded by the provincial government of Ontario.