Visit the Directors’ Workshops page to register for online webinars and to access a multitude of teaching resources:
WORKSHOPS AND WEBINARS
To register and learn more about the programs, visit the Directors' Workshops page and contact workshop directors.
SPRING 2023 Workshops and Webinars
- January 23, 7-8pm. Webinar via Zoom. Understanding the Jewish Background to Elie Wiesel's Night.
- February 9, 7-8pm. Webinar via Zoom. Connecting the Past to the Present: Teaching the Holocaust to Empower Youth to Be Allies and Upstanders.
- February 28, 7-8:30pm. Webinar via Zoom. This Edge of the Wedge: Using Theater to Teach about the Holocaust.
- March 21, 8:30am - 3:45pm. In-person workshop. Cary, NC (The Webster Center for Professional Learning). Anti-Semitism, Denial, and Distortion. (Substitute pay provided.]
- March 28, 7-8:30pm. Webinar via Zoom. Remembering Jewish Resistance: The Tuchyn Story.
- April 6, 7-8:30pm. Webinar via Zoom. Life after the Holocaust: Displaced Persons and Refugees.
- April 20, 8:00am - 3:30pm. In-person workshop. Boone, NC (Watauga High School). Foundational Lessons for Teaching the Holocaust. (Substitute pay provided.]
Interested in hosting a Holocaust workshop for teachers in your district? Visit our FAQs page.
Holocaust Council workshops
- "Holocaust education could address rising hate crimes, " Pitt County (2018)
- "Holocaust survivor educates local teachers, " Pitt County (2018)
- "Workshop aims to help educators teach about the Holocaust," Lenoir County, with video (2017)
- "Teachers learn how to teach the Holocaust," Lenoir County (2017)
- "Concentration camp survivor teaches Craven County educators about Holocaust," Craven County (2017)
- "Survivor tells teachers his Holocaust story," Surry County (2016)
Other survivor presentations
See Speakers and Survivors for referrals to survivors who will speak to students and other groups.
- "Holocaust survivor [Zev Harel] shares experiences with Fort Bragg Community," Cumberland County (2019)
- "Holocaust survivor [Abe Piasek] uses hospital stay to tell personal story,” Wake County (2019)
- "A story worth repeating: Holocaust survivor Renée Fink,” The State of Things, WUNC-FM (2019)
- "Holocaust survivor [Shelly Weiner] speaks about experience, indifference to injustice,” Johnson City, Tennessee (2019)
- "Holocaust survivor speaks at Reidsville High, RCC [Zev Harel]," Rockingham County (2016)
- "Holocaust survivor says ‘learn to love’ [Gizella Abramson]," Carteret County (2008)