What is the Holocaust? Who were its victims? When did it occur? What were the ghettos, and why were they established?
How do we teach the Holocaust using interdisciplinary methods? How can poetry, art, film, and literature contribute to the study of this complex subject?
The Warsaw ghetto was the largest ghetto under Nazi rule, housing at its peak as many as 450,000 Jews.
Survivor testimony, in presenting the story of the individual, stands at the core of Holocaust education.
How can a vast subject like the Holocaust be taught effectively? How can we approach this often daunting, difficult subject?
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