FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES

Facing History’s approach heightens students’ understanding of racism, religious intolerance, and prejudice; increases students’ ability to relate history to their own lives; and promotes greater understanding of their roles and responsibilities in a democracy.

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Their courses and seminars provide deep engagement with Facing History content, pedagogy, and teaching strategies. Seminars are in-person and provide an opportunity to engage with peers and Facing History staff. Upon completion, participants receive access to the lending library, as well as access to a Facing History Program Associate for coaching and support.

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Facing History and Ourselves

Facing History and Ourselves

Facing History and Ourselves

Holocaust and human Behaviour

Facing History and Ourselves

Holocaust and human Behaviour