Monday, October 21, 2019
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
(Registration 7:30-8:00 am)
University of North Alabama, East Campus Building, Room 105
1640 Tune Avenue / Florence, AL 35630
When you come into the parking lot off of Tune Ave, you will turn right directly under the marquee sign. This will lead you around the back of the East Campus Building and will flow into the side parking lot. This is the best place for you to park. You will enter through that side entrance (there will be a sign on the door). Once you enter, you will turn left by the vending machines. Room 105 is the second classroom on the left.
Three young Germans – all born within four years of each other – each had a different experience during the Holocaust. Two survived and made their home in Alabama.
- Robert May, Camberg, Germany, born 1926
- Ruth Siegler, Sinzenich, Germany, born 1927
- Anne Frank, Frankfurt, Germany, born 1929
- Learn to teach the history of the Holocaust using survivor stories.
- Appreciate historical context and its impact on individual lives.
- Explore the the difficulties of emigration and America’s position during the Holocaust.
Six (6) hours of CEU credit upon completion.
STI-PD No. UABRIC12028
- Facilitated by BHEC educators
- Registration REQUIRED
- Open to Alabama teachers in grades 6-12
- FREE to all teachers ($25 registration fee will be refunded upon attendance)
- Substitute reimbursement paid up to $80/day
- Six (6) hours of CEU credit upon completion
- Light breakfast and lunch will be served
Alabama Holocaust Commission
Alabama Humanities Foundation
Hill Crest Foundation