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Our single professional learning sessions are designed to easily fit into your day. Typically one hour or less, these sessions explore timely and relevant topics including teaching strategies, current events, and more.
This professional learning event will be led by Facing History staff. When you register, you will receive instructions for how to attend the event.
This event is aimed at teachers in the United Kingdom
This webinar supplied the classroom-ready practical materials and teaching strategies that could support students' intellectual and emotional engagement with the Holocaust and reflect on the theme of Holocaust Memorial Day 2022, ‘Ordinary People’.
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