We work with educators and young people to connect the past to the present.
Through the integration of history and ethics, this unique program expands students' exploration of their Jewish identity, deepens their understanding of modern Jewish history, and honors the principles of social justice and repairing the world.
As we enter the new school year, the Jewish Education Program is preparing new content and professional development to help educators support their students in the classroom
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Explore our lessons on Who Will Write Our History, learn about educational resources on the Warsaw ghetto at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and listen to a discussion with the filmmaker on her visionary film.
Learn practical tools and strategies to encourage students to explore their Jewish identities and consider how they coexist with their identities as Americans.
During this webinar, we share tips and tools you can use in your classroom to help engage students in productive and meaningful discussions about current world issues. We also practice strategies to navigate heightened emotions and a range of perspectives in diverse settings.
Students develop an understanding of contemporary antisemitism in the United States through the case of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
Our five new lessons help you incorporate the Teaching Holocaust and Human Behavior unit more holistically in your classrooms.
Teach an in-depth study of Holocaust and Human Behavior in a Jewish setting that follows our unique scope and sequence.
Students explore obedience by drawing connections between traditional Jewish texts and Milgram’s psychological experiment on this behavior.
Students explore judgment and forgiveness through a study of Simon Wiesenthal's book The Sunflower paired with traditional Jewish texts.
Explore an award-winning collection of diaries written by young people during the Holocaust with the help of this resource collection.
Deepen students’ understanding of resistance with these lessons that bring together the firsthand accounts of former Jewish partisans and historical context on the partisan movement.
Interested in bringing this program into your classroom? Can’t find a resource you’re looking for? Contact us and we'll work with you to find out how we can help you and your school.