Monday 6 – Tuesday 7 May, or
Tuesday 13 – Wednesday 14 August
16 hours of NESA-accredited Professional Development
This NESA-accredited Professional Development seminar for high school teachers is held over two days, and is offered twice in the year: in May and August.
With a focus on teaching the Holocaust to students, the seminar will give teachers in-depth knowledge of Holocaust history, practical teaching strategies and approaches to handling confronting material with sensitivity. The program includes the opportunity to hear testimony from Holocaust survivors.
There will be two streams of sessions on offer, which participants can move between:
- A chronological exploration of key themes and historical events, and
- The outcomes of the HSC Modern History Core Study: Power and Authority in the Modern World 1919-1946.
The seminar includes copies of the lectures, teacher resources to assist in classroom teaching as well as morning tea and lunch.