The Anne Frank Center USA offers a variety of professional development workshops for educators at all levels. Our workshops provide teachers with the opportunity to examine the life and times of Anne Frank through her diary, family photographs, and documentary images as portrayed in our current exhibits. Participants are encouraged to make connections with literacy, history, and visual learning themes as they identify and further develop discussion topics within the exhibit content. This workshop models effective ways to engage students in addressing and responding to primary resources, providing teachers will the tools they need to develop lessons for use both in and outside the classroom. Through examining the progression of historical events that lead up to such tragedies as the Holocaust, our goal is to support teachers in helping to ensure that our school students are well-equipped to act as leaders in challenging discrimination, intolerance, and bias-related violence in a positive and constructive way.
Workshops can take place at The Anne Frank Center or at your school, community center, or other public space.
We can also bring educational performances such as “Conversations with Anne: Letters from Anne and Martin” to your school of community. In this presentation, professional actors bring the texts of Anne Frank and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to life, and encourage the audience to join in the discussion
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