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2023 Candy Brown Holocaust and Human Rights Educator Series: Teaching Holocaust Literature

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Calendar   Workshops
Location DHHRM or Virtual
Date Tue, Jul 11, 8:45am - 5:00pm
Duration   8h 15m

This Educator Series has evolved from the annual 4-day conference. The new series allows educators, librarians, and counselors to connect with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum on 5 different dates throughout the year on different topics related to the museum's educational mission. You can choose to register for the full series (registration fee: $75) or attend individual sessions (registration fee: $25/session).

Each session comes with: admission to keynote speakers or exclusive public program, Upstander tote bag, classroom resource kit, access to Upstander Education Database, guided tour of exhibition, CPE credit, free parking in museum garage, and meals (depending on time of day).

Educators registering for the full series will also receive: access to Inspire Upstander Education Database (premium level), museum lanyard, museum t-shirt, series completion certificate, and a museum membership.

Educators living outside of a 40-miles radius can opt to attend virtual. We do highly recommend in-person attendance.

Teaching Holocaust Literature - Tuesday, July 11, 8:45 AM -5:00 PM
Explore resources and guidelines for teaching Holocaust literature. Tour the Holocaust Wing with DHHRM's museum educators through the lens of Holocaust literature. Join them for a keynote by Alan Gratz, best-selling author of Refugee, Ground Zero, and Prisoner B-3087. Then, learn from Echoes & Reflections on best strategies to teach the book Night. This session includes continental breakfast and lunch

Learn more and register here.

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