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    Studying, Learning, & Teaching: Critical Lessons of Holocaust Education
    Holocaust Educator Network of MichiganSatellite Summer SeminarJuly 11-16, 2016
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    Applications Now Available: Be Part of the 2016 Summer Seminar!July 11 - July 16, 2016
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    To apply, simply click on the link below to access our online application. If you have any questions about the seminar or the application process, please contact Seminar Co-Director Corey Harbaugh via email, at: (charbaugh2002@yahoo.com)
    Teachers are encouraged to apply in school, content, or other teams. We have found that teachers who go through the program with a colleague, teaching partner, or critical friend are able to make good use of the time to collaborate as they learn the content and pedagogy of the Holocaust.
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    Studying, Learning, & Teaching: Critical Lessons of Holocaust Education
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    Summer SeminarJuly 13-18, 201511-16, 2016
    The Holocaust Educator Network of Michigan Summer Seminar will bring teachers from across the state together to study the Holocaust from the perspective of classroom teachers and teacher leaders; we will witness and study together, and then collaborate to take teaching ideas back to classrooms, school districts, college campuses, and writing project sites all over Michigan.
    The seminar will ask teachers to look at lessons from the Holocaust and then again as those lessons apply to historic and contemporary Michigan; teachers will be asked to consider Holocaust Education from a local perspective.
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    To apply, simply click on the link below to access our online application. If you have any questions about the seminar or the application process, please contact Seminar Co-Director Corey Harbaugh via email, at: (charbaugh2002@yahoo.com)
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Monday, March 23

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    Because the goal of the project extends beyond the summer seminar to the creation of a vibrant state-wide network of Holocaust educators, participants will be able come to the seminar as individuals, or as part of a school, district, or project team. There are twenty spots available for the 2015 seminar, and the application is competitive. First priority will be given to those teachers who can demonstrate interest, commitment, and/or experience in Holocaust and social justice education.
    Participants will be immersed in seminal Holocaust Education experiences, including survivor testimony, consideration of historical, Third Reich era, and contemporary Judaism, expert guest lectures, visits to museums and presentations from museum educators, and visits to significant historical social justice locations in Michigan. Participants will be given support to return to their local classrooms, schools, and communities to provide Holocaust education, which they then contribute back to the members of a growing state-wide network.
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    Shoah Foundation. Both Harbaugh and Farris are veterans of multiple training programs, and both were trained in the methodology of the national Holocaust Educator Network at The Memorial Library in New York City, under the direction of Dr. Sondra Perl.
    Please take a look at our short video by clicking on the photo of video link below. Program leaders Amy Laitinen and Corey Harbaugh explain the thinking behind the seminar experience, using the metaphor of a bridge. The film was recorded in June, 2010 at the Memorial Library in New York City. Recorded and edited by Steve Zehentner.
    What: A week-long, residential program in Farmington Hills, MI for teachers, professors, library and media specialists, museum educators, and interested others focused on reading, writing, and teaching about the Holocaust and then other issues of historic and contemporary social justice. Participants will meet survivors, read and study literature from the Holocaust, hear lectures, and be immersed in the artifacts, exhibits, and learning opportunities of the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, a world-class Holocaust memorial facility. All of our work will be done using powerful, proven best-practice teaching approaches to Holocaust education briting project teaching and learning strategies: sharing our own thoughts, experiences, practices, and writing in a community of like-minded educators. Teachers are eligible for SCECH credit, and graduate credit is available through Western Michigan University.
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    To apply, simply click on the link below to access our online application. If you have any questions about the seminar or the application process, please contact Seminar Co-Director Corey Harbaugh via email, at: (charbaugh2002@yahoo.com)
    Teachers are encouraged to apply in school, content, or other teams. We have found that teachers who go through the program with a colleague, teaching partner, or critical friend are able to make good use of the time to collaborate as they learn the content and pedagogy of the Holocaust.
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    May 1, 2015. 2015, but as early as possible. Applications are now being accepted.
    Links to Our Online Application:
    Michigan Holocaust Summer Seminar
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