Angela & Robert's Journey: Teacher Research & CPD

To download the #HtFMeUs Coordinating Teacher Guidance for this project, click here

In order to develop, facilitate and support student investigations in to #HtFMeUs: Angela & Robert's Journey, teachers may like to embark on their own research, or extend their own Continuing Professional Development.

The below links are designed to guide teachers toward both generic and specific resources, self-directed studies, related CPD courses and further reading, to enrich both teacher & student understanding of #HtFMeUs: Angela & Robert's Journey.

Click on the links below to access and/or download the #HtFMeUs: Angela & Robert's Journey Teacher CPD & Resources.

What was the Holocaust, How do I teach It & why does it matter?

UCL Centre for Holocaust Education's live, online programme of flexible CPD modules: Free

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online Cpd

UCL Centre for Holocaust Education's range of online courses & podcasts, available 24/7: self-directed: Free

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Online MA Module: The Holocaust in the curriculum

A fully online, Masters-level module designed for teachers

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Teaching the Holocaust: Innovative Approaches to the Challenges We Face – Free Online MOOC

UCL Centre for Holocaust Education and Yad Vashem have come together to develop this unique MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that offers educators innovative approaches to the challenges presented when teaching about the Holocaust.

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45 Aid Society

To find out more about 'The Boys' and discover personal stories about Windermere, teachers can register with the 45 Aid Society prior to starting the project - registration is free and takes up to 7 days to receive user access.

Click here to register.