During August 01–04, educational seminar for teachers organized by “Tkuma” Institute was held in Warsaw. 13 history teachers from different cities of Ukraine became participants of the event. The main part of the educational program was implemented on the basis of Polin, the Museum of History of Polish Jews.

On July 1st-4th Summer scientific studies of “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies for history teachers was held in Ternopil. Teachers from 16 regions of Ukraine became the participants of this event.

On June 05-06, International seminar for history teachers “The Holocaust by bullets in the occupied territories of the Soviet Union” was held in Paris (France). Yahad-In Unum (France), “Tkuma” Institute and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” were the organizers of the educational project.

On June 05, history teachers and teachers of vocational schools from Poltava region visited “Tkuma” Institute and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”. Educational seminar, which consisted of a rich curriculum, was organized for them. Educators had an opportunity to get acquainted with educational and scientific work of “Tkuma” Institute and the Holocaust Museum, development opportunities for teachers and school children, as well as our educational and methodological publications on the Holocaust history. Dr. Olena Ishenko, researcher of the Holocaust Museum conducted guided tour, focusing on the educational possibilities of the museum.

On May 14, 2019 seminar for history teachers of the region and the city was held in Sumy at the invitation of friends and colleagues, prof. Yurii Nikitin, rector, of Sumy Institute of postgraduate pedagogical education and Iryna Nikitina, history teachers, methodologists at Sumy Institute of postgraduate pedagogical education. Educators had an opportunity to communicate with Dr. Igor Shchupak and to consider a number of questions about new standards of education, curricula, history textbooks and new/old problems of historical education; particular attention was paid to World War II and the Holocaust history teaching peculiarities. Presentation of new textbooks for the 6th grades (authors I. Shchupak, I. Piskarova, O. Burlaka) and for the 11th grades (I. Shchupak) was held within the frameworks of the seminar.