Tell the story of the Holocaust, honor the 1.5 million children murdered by the Nazis and the Community Champions that followed their moral compass. Inspired by the poem I Never Saw Another Butterfly.This is a 100% student-centered interdisciplinary project. Let us show you how to create a culture of kindness through one of these gardens.
The only Holocaust and Human Rights textbook written for students in grades 8-12 that looks at this watershed event in human history as part of a greater human tragedy. Germans did not wake up hateful in 1933, they slowly became a society that would tolerate inhumanity. How did that happen? This textbook and Teacher's Guide take you and your students on a historical and personal quest to discover our individual moral compass and understand how so many lost their way. The purchase of each class set comes with a teacher training on best practices for its use.
We believe teachers are the most valuable educational professionals our society has. We also believe, that far too often, they are under-represented in professional academic circles. At a time when so many teachers have graduate degrees, we believe they should be elevated to the professional status they already posses. Through our Holocaust Teacher Symposium: by teachers for teachers we seek to do just that - provide meaningful applicable professional development that enhances everyone's resume be it as attendees or presenters.
Our summer webinar line up is here. Register today and become a more enlightened, informed, and tolerant person this summer. Join our mailing list to find out more.
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