Thinking about our Teachers

Resources and Support for
Distance Learning

This is an unprecedented time in our lives and our students’ lives. Our communities and schools are being impacted in significant ways by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we all cope professionally and emotionally with these changes, we understand the huge responsibility for educators to create processes and modify curriculum to connect with their students online.

The Genocide Education Project would like to support you and your students in making the best of their “class time.” Whether you need lesson plans and ideas, personal consultation with our education director, online live or recorded video presentations for your students, etc., we’re happy to work with you to identify and develop resources for these challenging times.

Our website provides free resources to help you facilitate teaching about the prototype of genocide in the modern era, the Armenian Genocide, and we can help you and your students understand the relevance of genocide education to today’s world and building a more humane future. Check out our website and register for our free teaching guides and sign up for our emails. 

  • Follow our Facebook page for our educational announcements and news on global human rights issues.
  • Use the short videos on our YouTube channel, including excerpts of genocide survivors, to engage students in this topic.

Thank you so much for the important and difficult work you’re doing. 

We’re preparing online activities and would like your input. Please take this survey and let us know what you need.