Making Sense of the Holocaust: Lessons from Classroom Practice
What lessons are conveyed implicitly and explicity in teaching and learning about the Holocaust? Through case studies, the author reflects on the lessons taught, highlighting strengths and missed opportunities and illuminating important implications for the teaching of other historical episodes.
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