Echoes and Reflections Curriculum Training
|Echoes and Reflections, developed by the Anti-Defamation League, the USC Shoah Foundation Institute, and Yad Vashem,
is a testimony-based, modular curriculum for educators of grades 7-12 that includes survivor testimony, primary source documentation
and teaching techniques designed to meet the Common Core standards. Educators who currently teach the Holocaust will receive a complimentary copy of the curriculum with a paid registration. As a
regional training center, the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education is
pleased to offer the following trainings:
July 8, 2013
Jewish Community Campus 5801 West 115th Street Overland Park, Kansas
This training, conducted by Jessica Rockhold from MCHE, prepares 7th-12th grade teachers to implement the Echoes and Reflections curriculum. Additionally, an educator from the USC Shoah Foundation will lead a special interactive demonstration of iWitness, a collection of over 1,100 Holocaust testimonies available online.
Educators may enroll in this one day training or jointly with the course Telling the Story: Teaching With Witness Testimony.
- To enroll in the one day (July 8th) training): A $30.00 course fee includes a complimentary copy of the curriculum ($100 retail value), lunch and snacks during the course, and valuable handouts and resource materials. CLICK HERE to register for the July 8 workshop.