Spotlight on Contemporary Antisemitism:

How do we help students understand that antisemitism did not begin nor end with the Holocaust? What do students need to know in order to recognize antisemitism today and stand up to antisemitism and other forms of hate?

This learning opportunity explores effective teaching of contemporary antisemitism, its global reach, and its expression in the form of hate speech, violence, denial, and distortion of the Holocaust.

Please join us, Saturday, March 14 from 9-4pm for this professional learning opportunity. See below for more details.

  • When: Saturday, 3/14 from 9am-4pm
  • Where: The History Center in Tompkins County - 110 N. Tioga St, Ithaca, NY 14850
  • Click here to register in MLP
  • 6 CTLE Hours
  • Click here for the flyer!
  • Target audience - MS & HS Social Studies Teachers
  • Please invite your Social Studies Networks from the region!!!

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The facilitator will be Nancy Koppel. A brief bio is below:

Nancy Koppel has taught World History, European History including Advanced Placement, United States History, and the History of the Holocaust and Genocide for over 25 years. She holds a B.A. in Near Eastern Languages and Literature from New York University, a master’s degree in Teaching Social Studies from Montclair State University, and has completed the Master Teacher program in Holocaust Education at Rutgers University.

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