Active K-12 teachers, paraprofessionals, and school administrators are invited to this professional development program exploring Lesson Four of the Museum of Jewish Heritage Holocaust Curriculum. Lesson Four examines life in the ghettos through primary sources, including photographs and diary entries of Jewish children and teenagers who lived in the ghettos. This program will feature a lecture by Professor Avinoam Patt, who will present a comprehensive history of the topic. Following the lecture, Museum staff will demonstrate how to use the on-demand, interactive lesson in the classroom.

CTLE credit is available for this 1.5 hour program. This course is only for active K-12 teachers, paraprofessionals, and school administrators.