"Tkuma" Institute has experience in organization and conduction of educational events for school and university students, school teachers. In cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, regional institutes of advanced teacher training, "Tkuma" Institute organized special system of seminars for improvement of teachers' skills.

"Tkuma" Institute has unique experience in creating textbooks. School History textbooks created by "Tkuma" Institute won All-Ukrainian State Contests and were released in hundreds of thousands of copies.

"Tkuma" Institute effectively cooperates with regional office of Junior Academy of Sciences. On the base of "Tkuma" Institute winter and summer sessions of JAS are conducted. During this events school students have an opportunity to work with the Holocaust museum holdings, consult the Institute and Museum research associates and meet famous Ukrainian and foreign scholars.

On April 14, historical webinar for teachers, organized by “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies and “Orion” Ukrainian Educational Publishing Center (Kyiv) on “Methodology: convenient for teachers and interesting for students” was held.

On April 7, another historical webinar organized by “Tkuma” Institute and “Orion” Center was held. Topic of the interactive educational event for educators was “How a history teacher should become friends with multimedia”.

On April 03, historical webinar “Ukrainian vision of the national and world history”, organized by “Orion” Ukrainian educational publishing center (Kyiv) and “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies (Dnipro) was held.

On April 01, historical webinar, dedicated to new school textbooks for 7th grade: “HISTORY OF UKRAINE” and “WORLD HISTORY” was held. More than a thousand teachers from all regions of Ukraine became participants of the webinar organized by “Orion” Ukrainian educational publishing center (Kyiv) and “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies (Dnipro).

From February 16-24, a seminar for Ukrainian educators, organized with participation of “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies was held at the International School for Holocaust Studies Yad Vashem (Jerusalem, Israel). Not only schools’ history and universities teachers were the seminar participants, but also historians, museologists, archivists from different parts of Ukraine.

Rich educational program waited for the seminar participants. Lectures on Jewish history and tradition, history and pedagogical concept of Yad Vashem, interdisciplinary aspects of the Holocaust history teaching, as well as about contemporary aspects of the topic told Noa Sigal (Yad Vashem), Dr. Illia Lurie (Jewish University), Dr. Arkadii Zeltser (Yad Vashem), Masha Polak-Rozenberg (Yad Vashem) and Dr. Mordehay Yushkovsky (Bar-Ilan University). Workshops on the Holocaust history teaching, considering the age peculiarities, the Holocaust study without eyewitnesses, aspects of honoring the memory of the younger generation were useful, as well as the topic “Polish Jewry in the interwar period”, held by Yad Vashem staff – Noa Sigal, Olha Duk, Miriam Ben Sandler, Faina Mushinska. Guided tours to the Yad Vashem Museum were extremely interesting (Dr. Aharon Shneer, Yad Vashem), The Children's Memorial and the Museum of Art (Ilona Angert, Yad Vashem), Yad Vashem archive (Alex Zengin), photo exhibitions “Memory flashes”, as well as Theodor Herzl Interactive Museum (Jerusalem, Israel) – founder of the World Zionist Organization. None of the seminar participants left indifferent to the meeting with Ms. Martha Goren, the Holocaust witness.
For their part, the seminar participants also prepared reports and presentations. Stanislav Kulchytskyi, Ph. D., professor read a lecture on: “The Holocaust reflection in higher and secondary school textbooks. Holocaust and Holodomor comparative analysis”. The following presentations were also made: “Interactive methods of the Holocaust history teaching. Participation in the project IwalkDnipro’ (Vlasova Natalia, Dnipro), “Study and research of the Holocaust history in Poltava region” (Tetiana Tatarina, Poltava), “The Holocaust studies in Kamianske Lyceum of new information technologies in the educational process and after-school work with students” (Anna Lebedeva, Kamianske, Dnipropetrovsk region), “Online textbook “Genocides of the first half of the 20 th century. The Holocaust”” (Alina Dyachenko, Khmelnytskyi), “The Holocaust history teaching in Ukrainian education system”, “The use of the Holocaust artwork during the lessons and after-class work” (Tetiana Sayyapina, Kharkiv region), “Disclosure of the Holocaust topic by theatrical means on the example of the play “Kaddish: Street to the sky …” (Valerii Nehmatov, Severodonetsk, Luhansk region), “The Holocaust topic in the projects of the National Museum of History of Ukraine in the Second World War” (Volodymyr Simperovych, Kyiv), “A program for teaching the history of genocide in higher education institutions: “Political and legal aspects of the 20 th century genocides” (Olha Golovina, Dnipro), “Project “Ukrainian-Jewish dialogue” (Taras Antoshevskyi, Lviv).
By the end of the seminar, participants received official certificates.

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