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Read about our project… News letter –> VIP No. 5
On the day of opening (January 27th) we hosted many people including the Israeli Ambassador Shmuel Meirom, and as a special guest, Oto Konstein. He held a special lecture with students involved in the project in which he described his fate in the Holocaust. He then took time to answer their questions.
Yesterday we had another day of “Indian summer” with 21 degrees Celsius and Sun. We gathered the “green team” and went outside, in front of the school. Nice lady from school stuff was a big help and advisor in planting the bulbs. On Friday we received 100 bulbs from HET Ireland. The first thing that [...]
The central piece of our museum at Herring Cove Junior High was our paper clip collection. It was comprised of some 100 000 paper clips hung from our ceilings in chains. Each paper clip represented a soul lost in the Holocaust, of which there were some six million. The students who worked on this, through [...]
Tomorow our “squad” will start a big “propaganda attack” on our local community. In the last two months we did some activities on our project and its time to go public. We prepared two sided fanzine called V.I.P. – could be “very important person” but it also means “Vijesti iz povijesti” (News from history). The [...]
This is our first post and information about our project. The title of the project is “Learning about human rights on the example of holocaust”. In this project we will combine the “Classroom Holocaust Museum” project and the “Crocus” project. So, who are we and what are we doing?
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Welcome to the Holocaust Museum Project. Thank you for considering to work with us on this international project. Below I outline the Classroom Holocaust Museum and some of the goals that this project seeks to achieve.
In my region, the Holocaust is only lightly touched (three paragraphs) in our Social Studies Curriculum at the grade 8 level. My students are 14 years old. Most live in or around fishing villages. They are almost all Christian and white. They are in a public school with almost no diversity with a good proportion [...]