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Learning on Location - Innovative Expeditions
STEM, SEL, Science Ethics and Upstanding Students: The Holocaust from a Different Lens

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Important Session Information:

Staff members from the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will guide participants through a series of topics including Social Emotional Learning, science ethics, and STEM methods of preserving history showing educators how to apply lessons from the Holocaust to current events and reach the whole child.

The day will include an introduction to museum, an in depth look at history of Holocaust, Social Emotion Learning and ppstander behavior, ethics in science and engineering during the Holocaust: a look a what went wrong, using STEM processes to preserve history via Iwitness technology using testimony and video editing, and building a timeline to better understand the Holocaust. 

GT credit is available to those whose districts are members of the GT co-op. 

This event is free to educators whose districts are members of the RCS co-op. If you aren't sure, please contact Bobette.Mauck@Region10.org.

Correct price of $0.00 will be reflected upon check out for those in the co-op; Please disregard the charge in your cart.




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Credits Available:
(6) CPE
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Contact Person:
Bobette Mauck
Laura Kile
Date Time Location
2/12/2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Bluebonnet Room
Region 10
904 Abrams Rd., Richardson, 75081
   Region 10 Education Service Center
   400 E. Spring Valley Rd.
   Richardson, TX 75081-5101

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904 Abrams Rd    
Richardson, TX 75081