This professional development event offered educators a valuable opportunity to discover new approaches to teaching about the Holocaust and the many lessons it offers on human rights, racism, democratic values, citizenship and genocide. It was designed for professional development of teachers of Grades 9-12 or CEGEP-level courses. The virtual classroom was hosted by the National Film Board of Canada in partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Scott Masters, winner of CIC’s 2013 Award for Excellence in Holocaust Education. Moderated by Dr. Phillips of the Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre with online chat moderator, Michelle Fishman, MA in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.