Summer Workshop For Educators 2020

June 1st and 2nd, 2020
Examining Critical Themes of the Holocaust

Dates & Times

Day 1

Sign in: 8:30AM

Workshop: 9:00AM – 3:30PM

Day 2

Sign in: 8:30AM

Workshop: 9:00AM – 3:30PM

Location Details

Day 1

Maltz Museum

2929 Richmond Road

Beachwood, Ohio 44122

Day 2

ESC of Northeast Ohio

6393 Oak Tree Blvd.

Independence, Ohio 44131

Registration Details


$15.00 per day. Includes materials and lunch.

(Graduate credit is available at an additional cost.)

Day 1 Registration (Click Here)

Day 2 Registration (Click Here)

Event Description

These workshops for educators are a collaboration among Echoes & Reflections, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, the Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio, and the Ohio Council on Holocaust & Genocide Education (OCHGE).

Presenters include Echoes & Reflections staff, and Dr. Mark Cole and Dr. Tim Murnen of OCHGE.

Event Details

Day 1 (June 1)

Choices Matter:

Complicity and Action During the Holocaust

Learn about the choices made by individuals during the Holocaust as a way to help students understand the dangers of complicity and how to make positive choices today. Participants will examine the roles of bystanders and upstanders in critical situations. Participants will explore artifacts and resources of the Maltz Museum.

Day 2 (June 2)

Teaching Media Literacy & Analyzing Propaganda:

The Holocaust as a Case Study

Media literacy skills are essential to critically and successfully navigate the ever-increasing amount of information delivered via social media, advertisements, television, and film. Participants will identify how media, both historically and in contemporary society, can be used as a tool to incite hate and violence against certain groups, examining propaganda through the lens of the Holocaust.

Additional Details

Online Registration is required for each sessions. Visit the ESC Calendar of Events for registration details.


For workshop / graduate credit information contact:

Nadine Grimm



For registration assistance contact:

Roni Staimpel