MAKING HISTORY RELEVANT: PROJECT-BASED LEARNING METHODS IN HOLOCAUST EDUCATION
Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a teaching method in which students learn by actively, investigating and responding to authentic and complex historical questions. In history education, teaching through projects can connect students and schools with their communities, make history relevant, and foster democratic citizenship. Join our Operations & Outreach Manager, and former teacher, Jesse Tannetta to discover intersections and opportunities within Echoes & Reflections to begin this school year by guiding students towards exploring critical questions, expanding their learning outside the classroom, and building PBL components into your curriculum.
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