What Educators Say

What Educators Say …

“After struggling to find appropriate materials on
the subject of the Armenian Genocide for much of my
career, it is a relief to have access to such well designed
lesson plans and information from The Genocide
Education Project. Their resources transformed the way
I taught about genocide.”

Colleen Boyett, High School History Teacher, Florida Virtual School

“I have been teaching for over 25 years and I have been
to a lot of conferences, and this was by far one of the best.
The survivor presentation was incredible as were
the other speakers and many resources.”

Joanna Honig, Honors English, Watertown, MA

“What is so fine about The Genocide Education Project is that while its particular objective is to educate
and elucidate the Armenian Genocide of 1915, its
broader goal has been to highlight and describe genocide
in the 20th century.
Using the particulars and patterns of the Armenian
Genocide during World War I enables us, the audience of
students and enquirers, to realize the scale and causes of
this genocide and that, to a larger or lesser extent, its
“example” has been imitated by governments during the
past one hundred years.”

Helen Delahunty, AP World History Teacher

“Thanks to The Genocide Education Project for
participating in our Human Rights Day activity—they
provided a thoughtful and in depth presentation to my
students that I could not have easily created. This is an
important source of content for teachers and students.”

Peter Billingsley, High School History Teacher, Asheville, North Carolina

“I thought it was great and I really appreciated the insight into the Armenian Genocide and how it sets the stage for all the genocides to follow. We’re not doing it justice when we don’t teach it as part of our WWI instruction, even if we do teach it as part of a separate genocide theme unit.”

Jonathan Mikulas, 10th grade World History, Frisco, TX