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All sessions are offered in both Hebrew and English

Israeli poetry was always and still is, a major source for shaping personal as well as national conduct. This session will focus on two major sources of inspiration for modern Israel: TANA”CH and the Holocaust.

Our quest will start with the very early pre- state days im...

This session deals with the ideological aspect of the topic, namely what image of Israel we seek to convey, between Zion, Eretz Israel and Medinat Israel. We will explore different approaches, discuss the nature of the “story” or stories we want to tell and analyze the...

This session focuses on content; what does it mean to teach Israel? Geography, Demography, Culture, Advocacy etc. We will try to map the body of knowledge we seek to impart and suggest choices for different age groups and time frames.

This session deals with methodology: We will discuss options of including Israel in the existing curriculum, Israel in the school’s space, linking with Israeli schools and communities, using the Internet, responding to everyday news, creating special events etc. Some a...

This session offers an analytical examination of changing relationships with, and attitudes towards Israel in Jewish education systems worldwide. We will explore the roots of early images of Israel and how they are being replaced by new ones. Session will present educa...

On the occasion of Israel’s 70th anniversary, Jewish educational frameworks for adults and teens may be looking for educational activities to mark the event. Zot Hashira goes beyond celebration and happy birthdays parties for Israel. It offers an opportunity for an in-...

For many years we have learned to deal with the memory of the Holocaust through the unimaginable number of 6.000.000 victims. We have been exposed to mainly black and white photography and have also developed a vocabulary to address these issues. The session will explo...

During the Holocaust as well as when studying other events of genocide, we tend to focus on the perpetrators and the victims. Yet there is another group of people that needs to be studied – that of the bystanders who let the events happen and among them the very few wh...

The session will present different educational approaches to teaching about the Shoah. We will examine educational aims and lessons to be learned about the Holocaust in Israel and the Diaspora. Should it be taught as a “Jewish” or universal issue? How to relate to the...

The Holocaust and the creation of the state of Israel are probably the most important historical milestones in modern Jewish history. The main focus of this session is to explore the ways Israeli society deals with the Shoa as a significant influence on who we are and...

Since the end of WW2, world Jewry has had to grapple with the meaning of the Holocaust. Israeli society is dealing with this question in its collective memory, education system, political and social life. This session will explore the development of the Holocaust narra...

Based on a book by the same name, this session is a Holocaust education class for 4th-5th graders. We shall meet Freidl Dicker Brandeis, the artist and art teacher of the Terezin Ghetto to study a few of the paintings and drawings of her students. We shall read some po...

Following a “Fireflies in the Dark” class with students, this follow-up session for teachers, will examine the structure of the class, analyze pedagogical dilemmas and provide sources for teachers who wish to create age appropriate Holocaust classes for younger childre...

This session aims at illustrating a mode of Holocaust education that focuses on a relatively small case study rather than trying to encompass the whole picture. Often times, when we run through the different phases of Nazi atrocities, we reach a point when we may use a...

This session is based on a PowerPoint presentation and requires an LCD projector and speakers.

This session aims at illustrating a mode of Holocaust education that focuses on a relatively small case study rather than trying to encompass the whole picture; this time we s...

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