Category: Education

ESJF 2019/20 surveys in five European countries

Joint Teacher Training Event Wraps Up in Kaunas

It is the second and final day of the ESJF’s teacher training seminar in Kaunas, Lithuania: “Teaching Jewish heritage in your class. Using Jewish cemeteries in education”. The seminar, run in partnership with Centropa, has brought educators from across Lithuania together to learn about teaching Jewish heritage in a meaningful, engaging way. Yesterday, attendees took…
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Teacher Training Seminar Takes Place in Krakow

Today is the second day of our two-day teacher training event at the Galicia Jewish Museum in Krakow, “Teaching Jewish heritage in your class. Using Jewish cemeteries in education”, run in conjunction with our partners at Centropa. The event is off to a good start – yesterday, attendees took part in a number of activities,…
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ESJF Concludes Work on First EU Pilot Project

ESJF are pleased to announce that work has come to an end on our first EU-funded Pilot Project: Protecting Jewish Cemeteries: A full mapping process with research and monitoring and individual costed proposals for protection. The project, which began in December 2018, was set up with the goal of performing ground and drone surveys of…
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ESJF Carries Out Drone Training Course for University Students in Greece

ESJF is pleased to announce the completion of its educational outreach programme in Greece, with the conclusion of our technical course on the applications of 3D modelling and drone technology in Jewish cemetery preservation, which ran from April 15th and comes to a close today. Aimed at architecture and engineering students, the course was comprised…
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ESJF Educational Work Wraps Up in Lithuania

The final event of ESJF’s EU-funded educational programme in Lithuania took place today. The teacher training webinar, which drew attendance from 22 educators across the country, covered Jewish life in Lithuania prior to the Second World War, the preservation of Jewish cemeteries in the country, and Lithuanian synagogues, ending with a questions and answers session…
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