This one-day workshop prepares teachers to interweave a literary analysis of Elie Wiesel’s powerful and poignant memoir “Night” with an exploration of the relevant historical context underlying Wiesel’s experience.
Explore our newest Women & the American Story curriculum unit, Settler Colonialism and the Revolution, 1692-1783, and discover how women experienced colonization, resistance, and rebellion.
During this full-day foundational workshop, discover classroom-ready strategies that help students understand both what happened on 9/11 and how it continues to impact the present.
What is American about American art? Consider ways that artists have responded to the culture of the United States and the range of stories that contribute to our ideas of what makes someone American at the Jewish Museum.
Explore the intimate links between U.S. wealth inequality and the violent racial subjugation that generated profits for four centuries of the transatlantic slave trade and the pre-Civil War plantation-industrial complex.
Explore the Museum of Jewish Heritage Holocaust Curriculum with the Museum’s Education staff. Primary source-based workshops, discussions of best practices, and survivor testimony will prepare teachers to bring these lessons to their classrooms.