THGC Live Workshops
The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission offers live workshops that provide training to educators on best practices. Since 2016, workshops have been held in each of the state’s 20 regions. All workshops are free to Texas educators. To host or request a live workshop in your region, please contact J.E. Wolfson at email@example.com.
“Do Not Say They Cannot Hear Us”: THGC Interdisciplinary Workshop on Teaching the Holocaust and Genocides
The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission (THGC) offers this free, one-day, live workshop to public and private school educators. The workshop will introduce relevant TEKS; provide an overview of vocabularies and histories; explore contemporary issues in historiography, literary/artistic representation, and pedagogical approaches; and showcase resources with Texas connections. This workshop marks the unveiling of the Texas Tech/THGC Texas Liberator App, a brand new, free resource designed to teach Texas students about the Holocaust. Dr. Aliza Wong will lead participants on a tour of the museum's Texas Liberator exhibit. Educators in attendance will also gain access to the THGC's free, password-protected digital library of filmic and textual materials.
Region 17 Workshop
When: October 25, 2017, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Museum of Texas Tech University, 3301 4th St., Lubbock, 79415
Who: Grades 5-12 classroom teachers, librarians, curriculum specialists; professional development credit counts for social studies and ELAR, but educators in other disciplines are also welcome to attend
Cost: Free, and lunch is provided
Register: Please register through the ESC at this link
For more information, please contact J.E. Wolfson at firstname.lastname@example.org.