Worlds Apart but Not Strangers: Holocaust Education and Indian Education for All
Worlds Apart But Not Strangers is a seminar for educators of upper elementary through college students. Held on the campus of MSU-Billings, this intensive, inquiry-based seminar bridges past and present. Participants build background knowledge about the Holocaust and IEFA and gain writing-based classroom strategies for creating community and processing difficult information.
Place-based, learner-centered experiences include:
• Testimony from Holocaust survivors and their
• Tribal experts discussing federal Indian policy,
past and present
• Visit to Beth Aaron Synagogue
• Visit to Northern Cheyenne and Crow lands
For more information visit The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights (TOLI).
This project is funded in part by an Opportunity Grant from Humanities Montana.