Seminar for Czech teachers in Israel

Already the 9th advanced seminar for Czech teachers was held in the Yad Vashem Memorial in Jerusalem, organized by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, Yad Vashem Memorial and Terezin Memorial.

The seminar, which was held between 27th October and 4th November 2013, offered a rich programme full of lectures, workshops and presentations of lecturers not only from the Yad Vashem Memorial, but also from other institutions. Within the framework of each block not only the Holocaust was discussed, but also the genocide in the 21st century, the essence of Judaism, anti-Semitism in Bohemia and Moravia in the post-war period, the Righteous Among the Nations, etc. Most of the programme was devoted to the actual teaching practice and the involvement of interdisciplinary approach in teaching this topic (use of film, literature, art). The documentary Forgotten Transports to Estonia, which was presented to participants by its author Lukas Pribyl received a positive response.

Although the seminar was conducted primarily in the area of ​​Yad Vashem Memorial, part of the rich programme was devoted to tours of the Old City, Israel Museum, or a trip to the Masada fortress and the Dead Sea.

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