Join the Neuberger’s educational team as we launch the digital version of the Brady Resource Kit.
By examining and analyzing archival documents, photographs, and recorded survivor testimony, students learn about the Holocaust through one family’s experiences.
Based on the principles of inquiry-based learning, students will discover important historical facts and learn to independently contextualize history. In doing so they wrestle with questions and situations that may challenge preconceived ideas about the Holocaust and Jewish responses, encouraging a deeper learning experience.
Special guests taking part in the presentation will include the website developers who will guide us through the process of using the site. We encourage you to preview the site at www.bradyresourcekit.ca and come with questions that you’d like to discuss.
Also taking place on May 19 at 10am