Journeys Curriculum to be Launched at National Policy Conference on Holocaust Education
Updated: Dec 5, 2018
JANUARY 26 - 27, 2019
Margaret's Legacy has officially partnered with the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Centre, who will be facilitating the Holocaust Education engagements for Margaret's Legacy for schools in the Greater Toronto & Hamilton area. With the launch of a new Holocaust curriculum, this is a very exciting new stage for Margaret's Legacy. The initiative will be launched at the 2019 National Policy Conference on Holocaust Education for educators across North America.
Saturday, January 26th
Opening Conference Dinner to include a recognition ceremony of member school boards of FSWC’s January 27th Initiative and the launch of new, very special Holocaust curriculum developed by Margaret’s Legacy.
Sunday, January 27th
The main conference will include a panel discussion by both educators (including Margaret's Legacy's Dennis Nash) about best practices and a multi-generational panel (including Tom Weisz & Danna Horwood) to discuss the long-term impact of the Holocaust, along with keynote speakers who are leading Holocaust education researchers.
Breakfast & lunch included.
Novotel North York
3 Park Home Avenue
North York, Ontario
Conference Fees: (*Hotel separate) $80 for January 26th - Dinner Only $170 for January 27th - Day Conference Only $250 for January 26th & 27th - Full Conference Each attendee will receive a certificate of participation
*Hotel rooms are available at a special group rate of $169/night (plus applicable taxes).
To book a room: 416-733-2929 ext. 1 or 2 Use code: FSWCHS or ID#1254608 Rooms are subject to availability.
Deadline for the group rate booking is January 7th, 2019.
For more information, to book your spot at the conference, or to sponsor a teacher, visit www.friendsofsimonwiesenthalcenter.com.