EXPERIENTIAL HOLOCAUST EDUCATION – WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS?
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EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
FIRSTHAND LEARNING
HOLOCAUST
BEHAVIORAL EFFECT

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Davidovitch, N. (2013). EXPERIENTIAL HOLOCAUST EDUCATION – WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS?. Studia Europaea Gnesnensia, (8), 29–54. Pobrano z https://pressto.amu.edu.pl/seg/article/view/2466

Abstrakt

:  Experiential learning of the Holocaust was initiated in Israel through youth trips to Poland in the late 1980s. The young age of participants harbors both advantages and disadvantages. In this article we attempt to analyze the benefits and effectiveness of this method of experiential Holocaust education.  

 

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