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Teacher Training Colleges

Teacher Training Colleges

Looking at the past, shaping the present


The track for students at teacher training colleges


In recent years the Holocaust has been significantly present in Israel’s cultural discourse. Books, plays, various types of media, museums, and educational programs deal with its diverse aspects. At present we are at a historical crossroads when questions about the ways of preserving memory in a world without any living survivors are surfacing. The way in which the memory of the Holocaust will be shaped by Israel’s education system is currently a true challenge.

In Massuah we operate a special track designed for those who plan to become teachers in the future. We offer seminars of varying duration (with the possibility of living on the Massuah campus).

The seminars delivered at Massuah are constructed together with educational teams that deal with teaching the Holocaust at the colleges.


The educational program for teacher training colleges will be operated together with Massuah’s pedagogical council headed by Professor Yitzhak Kashti; among our participants - Prof. Eyal Naveh, Prof. Avner Ben-Amos, Dr. Emmanual Gruper, Prof. Yair Oron, Dr. Nili Keren, Dr. Dorit Hope, Simona Kronfeld and Aya Ben-Naftali.


For details please contact Simona Kronfeld, educational director, at extension No. 110, or by email: simanak@massuah.org.il.

Seminar for students at teacher training colleges


Day 1:

9:00

Meeting and light refreshments

9:15

Workshop: The structure of the racial ethos in Nazi Germany

10:15

Discussion of method – learning the history of ideas by analyzing visual means: placards, caricatures, children’s book illustration, stamps

11:15

Art workshop: External and Internal – creating plaster of Paris masks which express the perceptions of individual vs. collective memory

Discussion of method – plastic arts as a means of reflecting on the teaching process

13:15

Lunch

14:00

Meeting with a Holocaust survivor

16:00

“Six million Accusers” – the State of Israel vs. Adolf Eichmann

17:30

Conclusion


Day 2:

9:00

Dr Eli Bar-Chen: World War II and the fate of the North African Jews

10:00

Workshop: Dilemmas of the individual and the leadership during the Holocaust

11:00

Discussion of method – concretizing the complexity of life in a reality of “a choice of no choice”: challenges and problems in teaching the Holocaust

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Dr. Nili Keren/Prof. Eyal Naveh: The memory of the Holocaust in Israel

14:30

Break and light refreshments

14:45

“What was the word ‘Holocaust’?- exhibition /‘The face of race, The face of memory”– Hayim Maor’s installation

Guided tours

16:00

Conclusion of seminar

17:00

Departure

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