Via virtual and in-person programming, our goal is to develop students’ critical thinking and empathy while building engaged citizens.
Can’t make it to the Museum? We offer a wide range of free, bilingual resources for Gr. 6 – 12 classes. Our virtual history class is an interactive presentation exploring Holocaust history by showcasing key artefacts and testimonies from our permanent exhibition. Have your class meet a Holocaust survivor for a virtual testimony and hear a personal dimension from the millions of victims. During virtual workshops, students encounter a survivor’s story, then conduct historical research by analyzing relevant primary sources.
New to teaching about the Holocaust? We recommend our History of the Holocaust and Antisemitism in Canada reference guides and our articles on best practices for teaching elementary and high school students. Try our interactive timelines and maps on themes including Deportations, The Nazi Path to Power, and The World Responds to complement your existing lesson plans.
Bring history to life with historical objects and survivor testimonies. Read our guide to teaching with testimony, then deploy these handy analysis sheets paired with resonant objects and survivor stories from our collection.
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