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Powell Fellowship
Powell Holocaust Summer Institute
August 6-10, 2018

Participants who complete the Powell Holocaust Summer Institute 2018 will become the third cohort of Powell Fellows. Powell Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in advanced professional development opportunities throughout the year and will help to mentor new teachers. In the year following the seminar, Powell Fellows will be responsible for incorporating at least one local Holocaust story into their lessons or curriculum, and submitting this lesson to the Holocaust Center.

Eligible teachers will currently be teaching grades 6-12 in a classroom.Seminar is limited to 20 participants. Overnight accommodations will be provided for those coming from outside of the greater Seattle area. Lunch will be provided each day.

Participation Fee—$100 due upon acceptance to the program. ($50 will be returned upon attendance.) Teachers can receive up to 40 clock hours.

Please email any question to: Ilana Cone Kennedy, Director of Education, ilana@HolocaustCenterSeattle.org.
Deadline: April 20, 2018.

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1. How many years have you been teaching? *
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2. What subjects or courses do you generally teach? (Please specify by grade level) *
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3. How do you currently include teaching the Holocaust, civil rights or human rights in your teaching, if at all? *
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4. How might you imagine including information about the Holocaust and human rights in your teaching in the coming school year? *
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5. How might you envision sharing information gained from the seminar with your colleagues? *
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6. Have you attended other professional development programs related to teaching about the Holocaust, human rights, and/or genocide? If so, please describe. *
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1. Describe the context in which you teach and the social justice/human rights issues that shape your students’ lives both in and outside of school. *
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2. What draws you to the topic of Holocaust/Human Rights/Genocide education? *
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3. What do you hope to accomplish as a result of attending the seminar? *
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