2nd Annual Educational and Methodical Fellowship in Holocaust Studies for Ukrainian Teachers at Yad Vashem.
On 18 - 30 November 2007 International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem Authority (Jerusalem) hosted the 2nd annual educational and methodical fellowship in Holocaust studies for Ukrainian history teachers. The group consisted of 18 participants, who represented secondary educational establishments of Ukraine. The fellowship was organized by Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies and the International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem Authority under the support of the ITF on the Holocaust Education Remembrance and Research. This is the second group of Ukrainian educators to educational seminar in Jerusalem (the first one visited in November 2006). The main aim of this event is to promote Holocaust education in Ukrainian schools with implementation of the modern methodologies and approaches. The fellowship is taking place under supervision and on the premises of the International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem Authority, its programme including lectures, working groups, round table discussions, workshops, guided tours focusing on the history of Jews and the Holocaust in Europe. Participants are chosen annually among the professional educators who implement Holocaust education and tolerance education in their establishments and cooperate with Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies and/or "Nova Doba" Teachers' Association.
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