Digital Binder for the Holocaust and Human Behavior Seminar

Posted by Mary Hendra on June 16, 2014

"How is history shaped by hatred, indifference, and denial, as well as by caring, compassion, and responsibility?"

Each year, new groups of teachers come together in person or online to examine this fundamental question through our ground-breaking Holocaust and Human Behavior workshops and seminars.  
Facing History has many resources on this topic, and each educator puts them together in the way that best meets their students and educational setting. The Symbaloo Board below shows the specific resources selected for use in the most recent Los Angeles seminar on the Holocaust and Human Behavior.

If you've never taken Holocaust and Human Behavior, this might be the year for you to consider a professional development experience that consistently wins powerful praise from the teachers who take it.    Visit our Professional Development calendar to see all upcoming opportunities, or find out more about our work in LA and throughout Southern California.

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