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Resources for Texas teachers

October 20-22, 2017:  Sara Cohan provided a teacher-training workshop to a packed audience at the Texas Council for the Social Studies’ annual conference, in Los Colinas, Texas. After the conference, Seda Aghamianz introduced Dallas’ Armenian-American community members at St. Sarkis Armenian church to GenEd’s mission and activities.   


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Educate & Commemorate: Genocide Awareness Month

April is Genocide Awareness Month and we encourage history-social science educators to incorporate lessons on genocide into their curriculum and classroom discussions this month. The Armenian Genocide, the Jewish Holocaust, the Bosnian, Cambodian, Rwandan genocides are all commemorated in April. Use GenEd’s “Ten Stages of Genocide,” the “Two-Day Lesson” (including comparative genocides), the “Memorialization” lesson, or others found in the Teaching Guides section of our website.

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GenEd & Glendale School District host 2-day teacher-training workshop

Glendale, CA – The Glendale Unified School District and The Genocide Education Project (GenEd) hosted a 2-day teacher-training workshop on Genocide education, using the Armenian Genocide as a case study.

“In my 20 years of teaching in this district, this workshop was by far the best, most informative, and most beneficial workshop of my career,” wrote Angelina Dawson, a history teacher at Rosemont Middle School.

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