Analyzing Propaganda & Teaching Media Literacy: The Holocaust as Case Study
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education Project at Montclair State University
Virtual Program -- Online through Zoom
Registration is free and open to all MSU students and K-12 educators

New Echoes & Reflections Workshop

Media literacy skills have become essential for young
people to successfully navigate and critically assess the
ever-increasing amount of information they receive
throughout their day — on social media, advertisements,
television, and film. Therefore, it is crucial for students
to comprehend and identify how media, both historically
and in contemporary society, can be used as a tool to
incite hate and violence against certain groups.
This learning opportunity examines the events of the
Holocaust through the lens of media, by examining
propaganda deployed by the Nazis to discriminate
against Jews and other minorities. Educators will gain
the tools to facilitate classroom discussions on the role
and impact of Nazi propaganda during the Holocaust
and support their students to critically analyze media
in today’s world.

Professional Development hours awarded to all participants.

Space is limited and will fill up!

Completing this form saves you a spot in our program, you will receive an update and instructions on how to log in two weeks before the program date. Thanks for joining us!

Questions: Please contact Dr. Zoë Burkholder, Director of the MSU Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Education Project and Professor of Educational Foundations

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