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School Education Program Online

The online version of our Introduction to the Holocaust education program has been developed to support the work of educators who cannot organise a face to face visit to the museum.

Our specially adapted 100-minute online session includes interactive tasks, discussions, and the opportunity to learn from the experience of Holocaust survivors.

Through active engagement with museum exhibits, the stories of Adelaide-based Holocaust survivors, and their testimonies, students will develop their understanding of the events of the Holocaust and their relevance and importance today.

Your students will

Extend their Holocaust vocabulary.

Explore the colourful life of the diverse European Jewish communities before WW2.

Understand the significance of antisemitism as a historical and contemporary.

Discuss the lessons of the Holocaust, and the importance and relevance of learning about these tragic events today.

Students will also learn about this beautiful dress from 1930’s Germany.

The program includes:

– a virtual guided discovery tour of the permanent exhibition,

– discussions about significant events of the Holocaust,

– creative activities based on the local survivor stories,

– the testimony of an Adelaide-based Holocaust survivor.

Expression of Interest – Introduction to the Holocaust – Online Education

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  • Please list two suitable dates for your visit, in order of preference. Our Education Programs for schools run at 9am and 11am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
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  • Technical Details

    Please note that the sessions are delivered online via Microsoft Teams.

The cost of the program is AUD 90 for a group of maximum 30 students.

Participating classes will receive a $50 discount off our face-to-face Education Program.

Please contact our Education Coordinator at for further information.

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