TEACHING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE LANGUAGES
Background
Since 1985 the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam has worked with local partners in more than 35 countries to develop educational programs around the travelling exhibitions "Anne Frank in the World" (1985 - 1996) and "Anne Frank: A History for Today" (1996-). Many of these educational programs have involved teacher training and the development of curriculum for classroom use.
ABOUT THE PROJECT RESOURCES SCHOOL LIST TEACHERS' SECTION UNITS STUDENT FEEDBACK RESEARCH
Teaching to make a Difference, a multi-year project, has been supported by the Socrates Program of the European Union. It is an attempt to bring together several of the major teacher training institutions in Europe that have worked with the travelling exhibitions of the Anne Frank House. The general aim of this project has been to assess the various teaching materials that have been developed to support the exhibition throughout Europe (and North America), and to develop a teacher training course for teachers that can be used in conjunction with the exhibition "Anne Frank: A History for Today", or to support other educational efforts to teach about issues relating to tolerance and intolerance, the Holocaust, Human Rights, diversity and multiculturalism.
ABOUT RESOURCES SCHOOLS TEACHERS UNITS FEEDBACK LINKS
Design: Distant Train
Distant Train