Concise two-page toolkit to equip and empower Upstander action.
A teaching and learning resource developed by teachers and for teachers that is A scalable and flexible, catering to multiple year levels, a diverse range of learners, and differing lesson timeframes.
Designed to generate motivation and passion through creativity, choice, problem-solving, collaboration, and connections to real-world issues.
A three-hour program for teachers across all subject and teaching areas, with participatory activities and group work. Our teacher Professional Learning program (TPL) is a fee-for-service offering.
The TPL program will familiarise you with all the elements of the Upstander program your students experience and equip you to support your students in positive culture change.
Developed by Nicole Scott, secondary school teacher & graduate of the Gandel Holocaust Studies Program in 2013, this program enables students to remember the Holocaust through using a ceremony which honours victims and survivors of the Holocaust. It reminds teachers, students and special guests that they are the hope for the future and they have an obligation to make a difference.
This in-depth study unit was created by a team of teachers as a project for the Educational Unit of Yad Vashem specifically for Catholic Religious Education Services on teaching the Holocaust.
The unit focuses on Victims, Collaborators, Bystanders and Rescuers through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching in accordance with Pope John XXIII in Mater et Magistra: “See, Judge, Act”.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) offers access to its vast resources.
Innovative educational experiences for primary and secondary school students that illuminate Jewish life and history, covering diversity and identity, immigration, civics and citizenship, religion and society and intercultural capabilities.
A wide range of educational packages for schools that include presentations, guided tours and interactive activities that range from games and dress-ups for younger students to curriculum-aligned packages for older students that cover Islamic faith, art and architecture, Australian Muslim history and contribution.
For a history-focused experience, consider an excursion to Melbourne Holocaust Museum, Australia’s largest institution solely dedicated to Holocaust education, research and remembrance.
A professional development program in Israel aimed at training a cadre of expert Holocaust educators throughout Australia.
Lectures, group discussions, films and field excursions, the program includes pedagogic workshops for middle and/or high school teachers. Study grants cover all costs for the 18-day intensive program in Israel.