Join Simone Schweber, Goodman Chair of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in this interactive workshop where we’ll combine pair-and-share, small-group work, and lecture to figure out how to talk to young kids about the Holocaust and other difficult topics.
This workshop is designed to make sure that, as parents or educators of young children, we’re balancing the competing pressures of protecting our little ones’ idealism with being truthful about historical harms. In these tough times, learn how to approach your child with age-appropriate information, address the tough questions, and shut down conversations you feel your child is not yet ready to hear or may not be worth opening up in the midst of a global pandemic.
Register to get access to the Zoom session.
This program is free and open to the public.
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Sponsored by Sharon and Richard Canter, Karen E & Leonard L Loeb Donor Advised Fund of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, and Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center; in partnership with Coalition for Jewish Learning, Milwaukee Jewish Day School, and Milwaukee Public Library. In connection with To Paint Is To Live: The Artwork of Erich Lichtblau-Leskly, an exhibit on display at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, February 18 – May 30, 2021.
About Simone Schweber-
Simone Schweber is the Judith B. and Michael S. Goodman Chair of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She specializes in teaching and learning about the Holocaust and genocide, and has authored books and articles on the subject.